Churches, Pubs &
Community Events

YMCA Football Club, Yate (1933-34)
YMCA Football C...
Coalpit Heath Tennis Club (1920s)
Coalpit Heath T...
Yate Carnival Community Players (1973)
Yate Carnival C...
Yate Chapel (1912)
Yate Chapel (19...
Yate Mothers Union (1929)
Yate Mothers Un...
Girl in Toy Car (1932)
Girl in Toy Car...
Baptist Chapel Chipping Sodbury Yhc
Baptist Chapel ...
Mrs Harveys Bible Class 1916
Mrs Harveys Bib...
Chipping Sodbury Church In Snow
Chipping Sodbur...
Chipping Sodbury Church In Snow
Chipping Sodbur...
St  Marys Young Wives 1965
St Marys Young...
North Road School
North Road Scho...
Celestine North Yate
Celestine North...
Sue Restall St Marys one of he first ordained women in the country
Sue Restall St ...
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Learning with Yate Heritage Centre

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

We can offer:

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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.

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