Lecture, History
Pellon Lane – Lost Station, Buffalo Bill, Mills, Pubs and Suffragettes: Presented by David Glover

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    13 Mar

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    Red Brick Auditorium

    Square Chapel
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    Doors open

Pellon Station – who remembers it today, nestling alongside James Chambers’ timber yard? Hear about the Wild West coming to Halifax – on a very wet day! Where was the first building between Pellon Lane foot and Mount Pellon? Where did the first women in Halifax vote in 1918? Where did women lead a mill strike in the 1880s? Highleys Mill was huge – what was its story? Where did Joseph Crossley once live, and where was Pet Food made?

Ticket income from David Glover’s Illustrated Local History talks goes directly into supporting Square Chapel.

Doors 14:00
Start 14:15
Interval 14:50 – 15:05
Finish 16:00

Red Brick Auditorium