Saltaire History Club

Salts Mill and allotments

Saltaire History Club was established in 2006 to tell the story of Saltaire by encouraging historical research and by sharing historical information.

The Club also works to support the integrity of the World Heritage Site and development of the Saltaire Collection.


Composite photograph of Titus Salt, James Roberts and others
The Club holds regular quarterly meetings which are free for anyone to join Meetings typically include talks relating to Saltaire’s history, news on recent research activity and additions to the Saltaire Collection.

Meetings are normally held in the Shipley College Learning & Resource Centre, 2nd Floor, Exhibition Building, Exhibition Road, BD18 3JW (here). Refreshments are served for a small charge.

More information is available on our Meetings page

Information about upcoming meetings is also available via Social Media, our newsletter and posters distributed locally.
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Derek Barker presentation


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