We work with some great like-minded partners who all want the best for Huddersfield while celebrating its history and culture.
Discover Huddersfield provides guided walks, trails and talks. Download the free trails from its website covering everything from specific areas such as Lindley and Almondbury through to those celebrating historic buildings, music, textiles, political radicals, theatres, real ale and the influx of communities from all over the world.
Go to the website at https://discoverhuddersfield.uk/
Huddersfield Local History Society is a membership organisation for anyone interested in Huddersfield’s history and organises monthly talks from September to May, publishes monthly newsletters and also brings out an annual 75-page journal packed with in-depth local features such as growing up in the town in the 1950s and 60s.
Its website is https://www.huddersfieldhistory.org.uk/
Huddersfield and District Archaeology Society has been studying, exploring and recording the area’s archaeology since 1956, covering prehistoric times and the Roman and medieval periods up to more recent archaeology. The society holds monthly talks over the winter at Heritage Quay based at the University of Huddersfield.
Its website is https://www.huddarch.org.uk/
Yorkshire and Humberside Association of Civic Societies. We are a member of YHACS which was established in 1999 as a representative and support organisation for 40 civic societies across the region.
Its website is https://yhacs.org.uk/
Civic Voice is the national charity for the civic movement in England.
Its website is https://www.civicvoice.org.uk/
Huddersfield Unlimited is an organisation that stands for Huddersfield. For its businesses, investors and the diverse communities that make our great town so, well, great!
Its website is https://www.huddersfieldunlimited.co.uk/