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Web Design Standards

This website has been designed to comply with the internationally recognised web standards from W3C. This means that the pages in this website have valid or nearly valid HTML, CSS and JavaScript. The HTML also meets accessibility and semantic guidelines, which means that content has been designed to be accessible to people with disabilities.

Who designed this website?

The Yate Heritage Centre website was designed by Blazen Web Marketing, a Bristol Web Design and Internet Marketing company.

 

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Yate Heritage Centre, Church Road, Yate, Bristol BS37 5BG. Tel: 01454 862200

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Forthcoming Events

Take a look at our calendar of forthcoming events in Yate. If you find something of interest, then we would love to see you there.

What People are Saying

"It was well planned, informative with lots to see and lots to do".
Pupils at Broadway Infants School

"We would love you to come back next year and do similar activities...".
Playscheme Staff

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Learning with Yate Heritage Centre

We work with Original local archive material, photographs, maps, census forms and oral history

  • Workshops Activities
  • KS1, KS2 and KS3
  • Local History, Life and Events

Inspire the curiosity of your class. Help them to understand the complexity of people's lives, the process of change, the diversity and relationships between different groups in their own locality through time.

  • Changes within living memory
  • Significant Event of National Importance
  • Events beyond living memory

Visit our learning page to find out more or download our latest newsletter below.