If during this period of self isolation and you are a local history enthusiast of all that is in and around Brighouse including its surrounding communities and you have question. Why not drop me an email I might just be able to get you the answer. Here are three questions to start with:
1 Where was Union Street in Brighouse town centre?
A: Union Street - was the cobbled road which in front of the town hall and what was Holroyd Builodings
2. What was the original name for the section of Bradford Road between the Yorkshire Building Society and Lloyd Bank corner?
A: This was called Ball Flash (I don't know where that name came from - it might have had some historical connection to an old field name - Maybe)
3. What were the shop premises called on Bethel Street at what is now called the Meze Restaurant?
A. This was the Domestic Appliance shop and years later it was George Simpson and his family who had it a a large screen TV and Hi Fi shop. Then they retired and not long after the owner of the Mexe Restaurant bought it and then extended into what was Wendy's fishshop on Hudderfield Road.I have a photograph when it was owned by the Simpson family but cannot just find it. When I do I will post it on the website as the third image.
See if you can answer those but if you can't I will post the answers on Friday. Have you got a question?