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Other websites that may be of interest:

Heritage Lottery Fund

Tickhill Today - a monthly magazine covering events and activities in Tickhill

The British Association for Local History (BALH)

Conisbrough and Denaby Main Local History  - Their website has over 1,300 photographs and 3,000 pages of local history information

NowThen - a site exploring the history of Dewsbury

The Oral History Society - advice and guidance on all aspects of oral history

Wild Rose Arts - oral history - bringing heritage alive through local voices, based in Hebden Bridge

Kiveton and Wales, a history of a mining community - a superb website, developed with support from the Heritage Lottery Fund, depicting life in the Kiveton and Wales mining community. Lots of photographs, documents, and interviews to see and listen to.

Old Occupation Names explained - what was a cordwainer and how was this different from a cobbler?

Doncaster History Forum wants to collect as many Doncaster memories of village life during the last century, as there is a rich history in the town that lives on in the minds of the townsfolk.
If they get enough posts on the forum, they want to make them into a series of small free publications and as free downloads from Discover Doncaster's site.

Records of Church Courts in the north of England A new resource for local history in our area is available.The Borthwick Institute at the University of York holds the records of the church courts in the north of England. These records have now been analysed and a searchable database created.  The result is that a mass of information, from every parish in the north, can now be found very easily by local history researchers. 
 The web site has all details of the project and an application form for research activities.  

Tickhill Male Voice Choir The Choir was founded in 1961; it meets for practices in Tickhill Methodist Church on Northgate at 7.30pm on Mondays and performs a variety of concerts throughout the year. For more information:-

Tickhill Methodist Church - where the Local History Society holds its meetings

The Redress of the Past: Historical Pageants in Britain 1905-2016. A team of researchers have created a free, publicly-accessible database of historical pageants, available here.

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