“For those who Dyed - Men from Wyke, Bradford Killed in the Great War” a fascinating new book that gives back ground and history of those men who are named on the war memorials in Wyke.
A free to attend pensioner and advice fair is to be held at the Brighouse Civic Hall on Friday, November 2, between 10am and 2pm.
Join our free workshops and share your stories of growing up in the 1950s,60s,70s. Help us create three short films reflecting this period. Drawing upon your anecdotes, your photographs and something you have kept from the era. Matt Haworth (www.puppetman.net) will create ‘My Generation’ short films to be projected in Brighouse. Your digitised photographs and anecdotes may also be published to www.brighouseartsfestival.co.uk
I spotted this a few days ago - the demolition men were demolishing the old Co-op Petrol Station kiosk on Lawson Road. I am sure many readers will remember calling in. I wonder if any of the staff that used to work in it are still around ? - It would be great to try and locate a photograph showing the inside of the kiosk, possibly with members of the staff on it as well..