The new magazine is now available at the following outlets: Harrison Lords, Bradford Road; Kitson's Newsagents, Commercial Street; Kershaw's Garden Centre, Halifax Road; Colin's Newsagent, Hipperholme and Bailiff Bridge Post Office, Cooperative Buildings.
It is also availabe through this website in the on-line store and can be bought using PayPal. You can also purchase it by contacting me on 01422-205763.
The reports in so far indicate it has been very well received. A number of customers have ordered the first year (four magazines) on subscription. The magazine is £3.75 for posting in the UK there is an additional £1.30 postage and packing charge. For overseas customers please ask with regards to the postage. To order all four magazines for the year is £20.
I have had a limited run printed for this first issue, please don't leave it too late before they sell out.
Mews Publishing (Lightcliffe) is working to meet its obligations for the forthcoming implementation of the EU's new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) which comes into effect on May 25th.
GDPR is a new set of regulations which replaces the 1995 Data Protection Directive and brings a new set of 'digital rights' over the protection of information that is stored and used by companies.
We are working on our systems and processes and will finalise them to meet these requirements.
We are so updating specific areas of the site and will be making changes to our terms of service and privacy policies.
As a result of these changes you may experience some interruptions to our services.
If you have have subscribed to one of our services then you should expect one or more emails from us in the coming days.
The photograph is taken from Anchor Bridge looking towards what is now Thornton Square and was previously Holroyd Buildings prior to it demolition 1912 / 1913. This photograph is dated c1906. On the immediate left is the ironmongers John Francis Brown's. To a new generation of Brighouse residents from the 1980s this shop was known as Oddjobs. In this first issue we have the story from when John Francis Brown bought two cottages in Bethel Street and once he had developed them this was the business that many Brighouse residnets would come to know. The business grew rapidly once the business was moved to the familar Briggate site. The story ends with an interview with John Summerskill who sold the business in April and plans to retire.
Here we are again in 1959 this time with members of the Kathlyn Hobson School of Dancing. These were just a few of the members who took part in a dancing display in the Parish Hall Church Lane.