Aireborough Historical Society

 
The Society was founded in 1957 to record and preserve the history of Aireborough, which consists of:-
  • Yeadon
  • Guiseley
  • Rawdon
  • Carlton
  • Hawksworth
  • Esholt
  • High Royds - Hospital
 

December 2021


 
 
 
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Join AHS Monthly Speaker Event

Aireborough Historical Society holds monthly (usually 2nd Thursday) speaker events on a variety of topics. For details of the next event.


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Why not make new friends, join us and become a member! Annual subscription £10.00 per annum (March to February).

email: coverpage@btinternet.com

 

Back-Chat spoken history

The Back-Chat Collection
A collection of interviews with mainly Aireborough folk on a whole host of subjects which is added to every week.

 
 The AHS Collection 3rd December 2021
 
Editor's choice
 
High Royds Hospital - Undated
 
A winter view of High Royds Hospital with its distinctive clock tower looking over houses and the Otley Road (A65). 
The moorland in the background is bounded to the North by Hillings Lane.  The site is now a housing development. 
To date some of the original hospital buildings have been retained including the clock tower (June 2013)
 

  

 

                                                                      

Have you a favourite photograph on our website that you would like to see as photo of the week on the AHS Home Page?
If so, please let Jack Brayshaw know the photo index number via email to: coverpage@btinternet.com 


     

2022 Calendar

Back by popular demand the 2022 Aireborough Historical Society calendar.

 

Follow us daily on our Facebook page where you can see photographs of Aireborough and near neighbours through the ages and post your comments and memories’. Follow AHS on Facebook


 



 


Whilst the AHS website contains a wealth of information it does not contain all the photos, documents and maps which we hold.

Grateful thanks to Carlo Harrison who instigated digitising the collection and created this AHS website.

For further information or for questions on specific items please contact our archive team coverpage@btinternet.com



 
 

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