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2024 Calendar

Aireborough Historical Society

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Aireborough Historical Society

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AHS Calendar 2024

Aireborough Historical Society Calendar for 2024 available now for more details…

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Historical pictures from:-

  • Guiseley
  • Rawdon
  • Yeadon

which are sure to provide a year of pleasure. Order your copy online today, or pickup a copy from one of our distributors. Makes a perfect Christmas present. More details…

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

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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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The AHS Collection

1st December 2023

Park Road Guiseley – 1966

View of Park Road looking west.

Maison Audrey salon on the left of the image.

Who remembers this?

Photographer James Farrar, donated by his son David.

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:

Aireborough History From The Bronze Age To Today…

Aireborough Historical Society – 1957 to Present (04)

An AHS visit to Easby Abbey on the banks of the River Swale near Richmond.

Motor Cycle Racing – c1900

A motor cycle race at Esholt watched by large crowds.

Nether Yeadon School, c1703 – 1905

Situated on Warm Lane, this is now a private dwelling. In 1703 land was leased for…

Rectory 1601 – 1978 (2)

his image is of a mason’s mark on the back door of the old rectory. It is thought that…


Hawksworth Residents enjoying an “old time” night.

St. Bartholomew’s Church

This small church was originally built as a school and schoolhouse, it is now a private house.

If you spot any issues please do get in touch and we will fix them.

Whilst the AHS 2 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 the previous AHS 1 website.

Many thanks to Jack Brayshaw who enabled the AHS website to continue by migrating and enhancing the content from AHS 1 and creating this

AHS 2 website for everyone to enjoy.

For further information or for questions on specific items please contact our archive team at:

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