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David Glover - FINE HALIFAX HOUSES FOR MEN, SMALL FLATS FOR WOMEN - AND ALMSHOUSES

FINE HALIFAX HOUSES FOR MEN, SMALL FLATS FOR WOMEN - AND ALMSHOUSES
A look at some houses just to the south of Halifax town centre, some now gone forever. David tells the stories
of Holly Hall, Hope Hall, Clare Hall, The Shay and Well Head. Included is the alternative story of the Clare Road
Flats for Women, opened in 1936, and the Nathaniel Waterhouse Homes, almshouses originally founded in
1635, but moved in the 1850s, since rebuilt.
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Ticket income from David Glover's Illustrated Local History presentations goes directly into supporting Square
Chapel.
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choose consecutive seats although we do not guarantee this is possible. Ushers may also ask you to move or
condense your group to free up seating for other audience members to be seated.
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Wednesday, 30 November 2022
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  • DAVI1122SQC
  • The Square Chapel, Halifax
  • 2022-03-16 14:00:00Z