Welcome to the Todwick Historical Society website
Todwick Historical Society was formed in 2008, it was formed to bring together like-minded members of the village and surrounding area who wanted to discuss the history of the village and share documents and images of times past. This website is just another means to share the memories and future of the village.
The society meets in the Village Hall on the second Tuesday of the month almost every month at 7.30 pm. Please see the diary for full details.
Membership costs £5.00 per year and £1.00 per meeting, visitors are welcome to attend the meetings for just £2.00.
For more information about Todwick visit the village website.
The 11th June 2019 meeting features a talk by John Heaps on Growing up in a Yorkshire Village. All are welcome, bring your friends along.
February 2016 Photo Gallery
Photo gallery of a walk around Goosecarr Lane, the A57 bypass and Kiveton Lane.
Society Plants Tree with School Children
Interested in Contributing?
If you have a story, old photos, maps or other documents of Todwick and its area why don’t you contact the Society? We are always pleased to receive more information.
This website is kindly supported by: