Ever wondered about your ancestors, where they lived, what kind of lifestyle they had, or why they came to Bradford? Then why not join our Society where there are about 900 members with similar interests.
Since 1982 local members of the Society have met to discuss their research problems and successes, and have benefited from talks and visited local places of interest. The Society is run by volunteer members and has the Bod-Kin quarterly magazine, which is provided free to all members.
We hold talks at Glyde House on various topics twice a month:
Morning talks take place on the first Thursday of each month with tea/coffee from 10 a.m and the talks from 10.30am.
Evening talks take place on the third Monday of each month with tea/coffee from 7 p.m and the talks from 7.30pm.
Please refer to our web site for precise dates & times, talk information, our other services and about becoming a member. See www.bradfordfhs.org.uk
For other events being held at Glyde House, please go to our What’s On page.