The Growth of a City: Bradford 1750-1950

A new heritage course in Pudsey

St James Hospital, formerly the workhouse.

St James Hospital, formerly the workhouse.

For seven Tuesdays starting on January 17th 2017 (with a break for half term) I will be teaching another heritage course for the WEA based at the Parish Church of St James the Great, (Galloway Lane, Pudsey, LS28 8JR).The standard fee £48.00 though the course is FREE if you are in receipt of income related benefit (only SEA funded).

Course details

The seven sessions will look at:

  • Bradford Mechanics' Institute

    Bradford Mechanics’ Institute

    Welfare – Poor Law, workhouses charitable foundations, alms-houses

  • Public Health – Slum conditions, cholera outbreaks, hospitals and dispensaries
  • Education – from church school to comprehensive
  • Public utilities – water, gas, electric
  • Law and order
  • Public transport – buses trams

 

To find out more or to book a please visit the WEA website.

 

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Aspects of Life in Bradford in the 19th and 20th centuries

A new heritage course in Pudsey

The statue of Spring in Peel Park Bradford

The statue of Spring in Peel Park Bradford

For seven Tuesdays starting on the 27th of September 2016 I will be teaching another heritage course for the WEA based at the Parish Church of St James the Great in Pudsey. The course consists of six indoor sessions and one guided walk. The standard fee £48.00 though the course is FREE if you are in receipt of income related benefit (only SEA funded).

Course details

The course consists of six classroom sessions and one guided walk.  These are as follows:

1st classroom session

Religion: Waterloo churches, chapels, role of Nonconformity in the development of Bradford, other religious groups

2nd classroom session

Houses: mansions, back to backs, semis and suburbia

Walk

Bradford Town Centre: Midland Hotel, Georgian Bradford, theatres, shops and masonic lodges

3rd classroom session

Shops: Markets, the Co-op in Bradford, Busby’s, Brown Muff’s

4th classroom session

Entertainment: cinemas, music hall s, theatres

5th classroom session

Cemeteries and burial grounds

6th classroom session

Bradford in WW1

To find out more or to book please visit the WEA website.

 

Discover the Heritage of Bradford

A  New Heritage Course Starting this month

Carving over a doorway in Little Germany

Carving over a doorway in Little Germany

Starting on the 26 of April I will be teaching a  7 week heritage course for the WE Ain The Parish Church of St James the Great (Pudsey, West Yorkshire, UK). Sessions run from 10.00 – 12.00 each Tuesday morning. The course costs £44.10.

Course details

The course consists of five classroom sessions at St James the Great and two guided walks in Bradford. The classroom sessions will cover the history of the town from Anglo-Saxon times to the 20th century. The guided walks will focus on surviving historic buildings in Little Germany/ Cathedral area, and in Little Horton Green.

To find out more or to book a place please visit the WEA website.

Aspects of Life in Bradford in the 19th and 20th centuries

A New Heritage Course Starting this month

For seven Fridays starting on the 22nd of April I will be teaching another heritage course for the WEA at the based at the Kirkgate Centre in Shipley. The course features a mixture of indoor sessions and guided walks. The cost is £44.10.

Course details

The course consists of four classroom sessions at the Kirkgate Centre which alternate with three guided walks in Bradford.  These are as follows:

Former Co-op building Manningham Lane, Bradford. The initials BPIS stand for Bradford Provident Industrial Society.

Former Co-op building Manningham Lane, Bradford. The initials BPIS stand for Bradford Provident Industrial Society.

(At Kirkgate) Religion: Waterloo churches, chapels, role of Nonconformity in the development of Bradford, other religious groups

(Walk) Great Horton –

(At Kirkgate) Shops: corner shops and what they sold, the Co-op, Bradford Department stores

Cathedral 

(At Kirkgate) Houses: mansions, back to backs, semis and suburbia

(Walk) Bradford Town Centre

(At Kirkgate) Entertainment: cinemas, music hall s, theatres

To find out more or to book please visit the WEA website

 

Discover the Heritage of Bradford

A New Heritage Course Starting this month

Starting on the 29th of January I will be teaching another 7 week heritage course for the WEA at the in the Kirkgate Centre in Shipley The course costs £44.10 but is free if you are in receipt of an income related benefit (only SEA funded).

Course details

Bradford’s Coat of Arms

Bradford’s Coat of Arms

The course consists of four classroom sessions at the Kirkgate Centre which alternate with three guided walks in Bradford. The classroom sessions will cover the history of the town from the Norman Conquest to the present day. The three guided walks will focus on surviving historic buildings in in three different parts of the city – Little Germany and the Cathedral, Little Horton Green, and Manningham.

To find out more or to book please visit the WEA website.

 

Discover the Heritage of Bradford

A new heritage course for Bradford

Starting on the 22nd of September I will be teaching a 7 week heritage course at the Hilton Hotel (Hall Ings, Bradford).. Sessions run from 10.00 – 12.00 each Tuesday morning. The course costs £44.10 but is free if you are in receipt of an income related benefit (only SEA funded).

Course details

All Saints Church Little Horton Green Bradford

All Saints Church Little Horton Green Bradford

The course consists of four classroom sessions at the Hilton Hotel which alternate with three guided walks. The classroom sessions will cover the history of the town from the Norman Conquest to the present day. The three guided walks will focus on surviving historic buildings in in three different parts of the city – Little Germany and the Cathedral, Little Horton Green, and Manningham.

To find out more or to book please visit the WEA website.