BRINGING THE HISTORY OF HESSLE TO YOU
Welcome to the home page of the Hessle Local History Society website.
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Hessle is a small town in East Yorkshire, four miles to the west of Kingston Upon Hull. The town is perhaps best known, to those outside the area, as the site of the Humber Bridge, but it has a long and interesting history, some of which is recorded on these web pages.
Aims of the Society:
Hessle Local History Society exists to promote and encourage the history and traditions of the town of Hessle, and the study of its history.
Meetings and Activities
Society meetings take place in Hessle Town Hall from March to November.
New members are very welcome.
Thursday 17th March, 7:15 pm.
17 March Eve Johansson
Joseph Walker Pease
21 April Keith Hare
Hessle’s very own Comical Fire Brigade
19 May Peter Richardson Rowley Church, the 40s at Grosmont,
Walkington Hayride, the Beamish Museum
and the Holocaust Memorial Centre (Beth Shalom)
16 June Paul Schofield
Hull’s Georgian suburbs
21 July Robert McMillan
18 August Michele Beadle
the R38 disaster
15 September Michael Free
Chalk quarrying in Hessle
20 October Ian Wilkinson
Hessle: an eclectic view
17 November AGM and Michele Beadle
White City 1920–38
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Any views expressed on this site or in the Newsletter are those of the indiviual contributor and not, necessarily, representative of the views of the Society.
The written material on this site is the copyright of the named individual author or Hessle Local History Society, unless otherwise stated.
All photographs and illustrations are taken from the Hessle Local History Society archive collection.
Whilst efforts have been made to establish the copyright of images the orignal owner has not been identified in some cases.
The Society is happy for individuals to use material published on this site for non-profit making purposes, and to promote the hisotry of Hessle but please acknowledge HLHS as the source of the material you ahve used. If you wish to use material for commercial reasons a donation to the Society would be appreciated.