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Tameside History Club
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Tameside Local Studies and Archives Centre is closed to the public until further notice. In a time of national effort, it is important that we play our part: by protecting what is valuable, maintaining what is essential and by working flexibly to carry out our duties in new ways.

We will be working behind the scenes to ensure our archives, records and our site are both secure and safe for the duration of our closure.

Whilst we are closed there are still lots of information about our local heritage which you can explore. You can search our image archive for instance and contact us for any other enquires via our website www.tameside.gov.uk/archives. We will also be updating on social media what we are working on, you can follow us on twitter @tmbc_culture and on our blog https://tamesidesop.wordpress.com/

We want to take this opportunity at this unprecedented time to thank you for your support and loyalty to Tameside Local Studies and Archives Centre as we maintain and preserve the public records for generations to come.
 

    

Tameside History Club is a series of events that are held at are now being held using ‘Zoom’ These events are for everyone from local historians to those with a more casual interest in a range of popular topics and are completely free. Book a place on any of the talks below by emailing your interest to localstudies.library@tameside.gov.uk and we will send you a link on the day of the talk.

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 2022

Weds 16th March 2pm
Joanne Williams will be talking about her new book ‘Miss Lydia Becker—Suffragist,
Scientist and Trailblazer’. A woman ahead of her time
 
Weds 13th April 2pm
Neil Williams from Glossop Line Heritage will speak about their latest project providing
 information boards along this historical
railway line
 
Weds 18th May 2pm
The Stalybridge Merman– Joey Nuttall
Champion Swimmer is the title of
Keith Myerscough book on this local legend
 
Weds 15th June 2pm
Join David Dawson on a tour along
Tameside’s ancient highway, Currier Lane. Meet at Seraphina café, Stamford St.
 

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