Clements Hall
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Clements Hall Local History Group

Exploring the Scarcroft, Clementhorpe and South Bank areas of York

Clements Hall Local History Group

Exploring the Scarcroft, Clementhorpe and South Bank areas of York

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20th June 2018

Making ends meet on Nunnery Lane

Our new research project will investigate poverty and hardship in the mid-19th century in a part of our area of York to the south of the City Walls, Nunnery Lane. Read more  

2nd May 2018

Doing it for themselves

In our next talk Dr Jennifer Aston (Northumbria University) will be presenting her researches on 19th century female business owners in Yorkshire. Read more  

23rd April 2018

Our latest video: Soldier, Brother, Friend

Our new video: Soldier Brother Friend: a Calendar of the War-Dead, South Bank, York, 1914-1918, is now available on our YouTube channel Read more  

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Publications again

Our WW1 project

We’ve now completed our WW1 project, with a range of activities, publications and videos. Read more  

Clements Hall

Upcoming Events

Find out what events are coming up this year. Read more  

Bishopthorpe Road

Our shopping history

Our area has a long history of trading Read more  

Our Blog

20th June 2018

Making ends meet on Nunnery Lane

Our new research project will investigate poverty and hardship in the mid-19th century in a part of our area of York to the south of the City Walls, Nunnery Lane. Read more  

2nd May 2018

Doing it for themselves

In our next talk Dr Jennifer Aston (Northumbria University) will be presenting her researches on 19th century female business owners in Yorkshire. Read more  

23rd April 2018

Our latest video: Soldier, Brother, Friend

Our new video: Soldier Brother Friend: a Calendar of the War-Dead, South Bank, York, 1914-1918, is now available on our YouTube channel Read more  

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Making Ends Meet in Nunnery Lane

York Union Ledgers

Our new research project will investigate poverty in Nunnery Lane in the mid 19th century. View project  

Our Next Event

Jun

22

Summer Walk: St George's Field to Knavesmire Read more