Marsden is a large village at the head of the Colne valley, in West Yorkshire, England. It is about 8 miles west of Huddersfield, and lies in the hilly moorland and pastures of the south Pennines.
Friday 10th July, 7.30pm
A free talk in the Mechanics by Stephen Challenger on the early history of the Mechanics Institute prior to the building of the hall.
This talk is hosted by Marsden History Group and chaired by Dr Steve Harrison.
Refreshments and a licenced bar available.
A book stall of Marsden History Group publications will be open on Friday and Saturday evenings.
Marsden History Group
The group consists of any interested people, and has informal links with Leeds University. Most members are local, but anyone from anywhere in the world is welcome to join us. There is no fee or forms - just contact us by letter or email.
Group meetings are at 7.30 in the Marsden Mechanics Institute meeting room on the second Monday of each month. All are welcome.