Here you will see a list of all the organisations that are taking part in this scheme. Click the link to navigate to their webpage.
Colne Valley Museum
Colne Valley museum is housed in a row of weavers' cottages in Golcar, Huddersfield, and depicts the life of the 19th century handloom weaver in its original setting.
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Huddersfield Local History Society
Huddersfield Local History Society is a membership organisation for anybody and everybody interested in the history of the town.
Go to the Huddersfield Local History Society page»
Huddersfield Local Studies Library
The Huddersfield Local Studies Library is located in Huddersfield Library.
Go to the Huddersfield Local Studies Library page»
Lawrence Batley Theatre
The Lawrence Batley Theatre is situated in the centre of Huddersfield and provides a wide variety of entertainment.
Go to the Lawrence Batley Theatre page»
Marsden History Group
Marsden History Group have researched Luddite activity in and around Marsden. During the 2012 bicentenary they plan to offer guided historical walks.
Go to the Marsden History Group page»
Mikron Theatre Company
Mikron is a small, touring theatre company that brings entertainment to unusual venues, travelling on their own narrowboat.
Go to the Mikron Theatre Company page»
Mirfield History Society
Red House Museum
Red House Museum is the former home of a woollen cloth finishers and merchant family, the Taylors, who owned a mill nearby at the time of the Luddite rebellions.
Go to the Red House Museum page»
Sheffield Archives hold primary source material on the Luddite disturbances including the correspondence of Earl Fitzwilliam who was the Lord Lieutenant of the West Riding during the Luddite troubles of 1812.
Go to the Sheffield Archives page»
The Tolson Museum is housed in Ravensknowle Hall, a mansion built about 1860 by John Beaumont, a woollen manufacturer. The Museum holds important collections of natural history, archaeology and artefacts, that tell the story of Huddersfield's rich past.
Go to the Tolson Museum page»
University of Huddersfield
History at the University of Huddersfield has much research expertise in nineteenth-century British history, including politics, society, economics and culture.
Go to the University of Huddersfield page»
University of Huddersfield Archives and Special Collections
Anyone is welcome to use University Archives and Special Collections - you don't need to be a member of the University. The Archive and Special Collections is located on the third floor of the Library building.
Go to the University of Huddersfield Archives and Special Collections page»
West Yorkshire Archive Service
West Yorkshire Archive Service collects, preserves and makes available the county's documentary heritage.
Go to the West Yorkshire Archive Service page»
Yorkshire Archaeological Society
The Yorkshire Archaeological Society was founded in 1863 to preserve the history and archaeology of Yorkshire.
Go to the Yorkshire Archaeological Society page»
Here are a few different ways of finding information and resources relating to Luddites.
Partner IndexSee the full list of partner organisations in the Luddite Link.
Go to Partner Index»
DocumentsWhich organisations have articles, books, original documents and academic papers?
Go to Documents Index»
ArtefactsSee the museums and places that have artefacts, objects and exhibits.
Go to Artefacts Index»
EducationWhich museums and organisations provide educational resources and opportunities for visits?
Go to Education Index»