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Tameside History Club Presents.....



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If you missed our recent ‘Bog Bodies’ talk by Melanie Giles if you click on the link you will be able to hear another talk she did recently on the same subject.
https://www.historyextra.com/period/ancient-history/bog-bodies-what-can-teach-us-melanie-giles-podcast/
 

Tameside History Club Events 2023
 
Please note that the following talks will take place at Tameside Local Studies & Archive Centre, Cotton St East, Ashton OL6 7BY
and Zoom
To book your free place email archives@tameside.gov.uk or call 0161 342 4242 during our opening hours- Tues, Weds & Thurs 10-5pm & Sat 10-1pm
 
Weds 17th January 2pm
Ken Morris explains how he developed the Stamford Park Edwardian trail
 Weds  21st February 2pm
Wajid from Modus Arts will come and talk about the sound archive booths that will be coming to Ashton Market Hall next month.
Weds 13th March 2pm
‘Discovering Amazing Women by Rail’ is the 1st in a series of books researched by Richard Lysons. Here he will talk about the women and their achievements
Weds 17th April 2pm
Members of the International Brigade share their knowledge of the Spanish Civil War with local connections
Weds 15th May 2pm
Brian Groom talks about his new book ‘Made in    Manchester– The Story of the City that shaped the Modern World’, which will be available for sale


 

Contact Information
Contact by Post

Tameside Local Studies and Archives Centre
Cotton Street East
Ashton-under-Lyne
OL6 7BY
Contact by Telephone
0161 342 4242