Many families lost more than one son or relative during the Great War. During 1918 we are remembering these sacrifices with a special page devoted to the memory.
Our first memorial is for the Butterworth Family of Littleborough who lost 3 sons in the Great War. Our second is to Nora Caveney, the first ATS girl to be killed in the Second World War. Our third is for Turf Terrace - Sorrow and Glory Remembered.
Meetings are held on the 2nd Thursday of each month Visitors are very welcome - see the Meetings page for full details
Located on Platform 2 at Littleborough Station, the centre is open on Saturdays between 11 o’clock and till around 3:30/4:00 pm. More information is available here
|Romans in Littleborough|
|Blackstone Edge Roman Road|
|Map of Coal Mines and Brick, Tile and Pipe Works|
|E Shackleton - Coal trader|
|Starring Clay and Coal Mine|
|3 Lost Sons|
|ATS Girl KIA|
|Roll of Honour|