The latest issue of my Brighouse and Distrtict Heritage Newseum quarterly magazine is now available.
It can be purchased at the following outlets:
Here is issue number 20 of my magazine Brighouse and District Heritage Newseum which is now available. I have copies of previous magaiznes available
It can be purchased at Harrison Lord, Bradford Road: Kitson’s Newsagents, Commercial Street; Kershaw’s Garden Centre, Halifax Road; Hipperholme News, Hipperholme; Bailiff Bridge Post office, Cooperative Buildings; Woodhouse Stores, Woodhouse Lane and at The Secret Tearooms on Bethel Street.
The magazine has 28 pages from cover to cover with a number of the pages now being in colour.
A single issue of the magazine is £3.95 +£1.70 p/p = £5.65 - The 4 issue subscription is £22.60 which also includes p/p.
Digital Copies are now available.
IT IS ALSO AVAILABLE THROUGH MY ONLINE SHOP.
It was in 2020 when John Howarth, the association secretary had to cancel the Old Rastrickians Association annual dinner, which was planned for the April, with no one knowing if or when events like the annual dinner would be back on the calendar.
My next issue number 20 of the Brighouse and District Heritage Newseum quarterly magazine of local history and nostalgia will be available in the first week of March. You can also make enquiries about that as well on the same contact details.
This was a local club for the retired members of the Bailiff Bridge community. This was taken on December 1, 1994 when a few local school musicians came to entertain them at one their regular Thursday meetings.