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Tameside History Club

Tameside History Club is a series of events that are held at Tameside Local Studies and Archives. 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 ringing 0161 342 4242.


Wednesday 23rd October 2pm 

Book Launch ‘Mossley Shops Through the Years 1950’s, 60’s & 70’s including Micklehurst with Alison Wild & Shirley Howard

Wednesday 20th November 2pm

Mary Whitehead talks about her new book ‘Following the 1st Females & the 1870 Education Act & Albion Schools’

Wednesday 22nd January 2pm

Diaries of a Forgotten Conflict : Hear how Lieutenant Colonel Pavasovic of the Royal Yugoslav Army & Royalist Resistance in second World War made his way to Dukinfield

Wednesday 19th February 2pm

Gervase Philips from Manchester University talks about The American Civil War, Lancashire and the Cotton Famine

Wednesday 11th March 2pm

Ashton Poisoning Case with Laura Smyth and Debbie Worthington

All events held at Tameside Local Studies and Archives Centre, Central Library, Ashton unless otherwise stated.

Contact Information
Contact by Post

Tameside Local Studies and Archives Centre
Cotton Street East
Contact by Telephone
0161 342 4242