Keeping in Touch

Whilst it is to be regretted that the Bolton FHS does not have any permanent premises to call home we can be contacted between meetings in the following ways:

  • Secretary This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
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  • Bolton Help Desk This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

You can see us at: facebook.com/BoltonFHS

You can also subscribe to our newsletter mailing list.

Policies & Reports

SOCIETY POLICIES & REPORTS Etc

M&L FHS Statement regarding Coronavirus (COVID19)
MLFHS Constitution – see MLFHS webpages
BFHS Vulnerable Adult Policy
BFHS Complaints Procedure

Newsletter Editor Tasks
Chairperson Tasks
Chairperson’s Role

Annual Report 2019
Accounts 2019
Annual Report 2018
Accounts 2018
General Meeting Minutes 2017
Secretary's Report, 2016
Treasurer's Report, 2016

Acknowledgements

The Bolton Family History Society gratefully acknowledges the use of the Humphrey Spender photographs from the Bolton Library and Museum Service Collection.

Bolton Worktown, Photography and Archives from the Mass Observation 

The Worktown Archive is a unique historical document of everyday life in Bolton and the first Mass Observation study to take place in Britain. boltonworktown.co.uk

Where indicated, other images are from the Museum's Local History Collection boltonlams.co.uk/collections

We are also grateful to David Whenlock and Peter Lodge for permission to use postcard images taken from the Facebook page 'Bolton Photos and Postcards from the Past'.

Bradshawgate, Bolton, (circa 1913)

Bradshaw Gate, Bolton (circa 1913): Reproduced with permission from David Whenlock