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Added to website: 22 February 2018
Meeting: 7 June 2018

All welcome and it's free!

Saltaire History Club, 10 Sept 2015

Everything was wanting, except the patients!

Vine Pemberton Joss talks about Edith Pechey,
one of the first English women to qualify as a doctor and surgeon.
Her practice served the north of England.

Was Saltaire the inspiration for Marki?

Following her visit to Marki last year, Maggie Smith considers whether
Saltaire was the inspiration for this Polish town.

Venue
Resource Centre, Saltaire Archive Room
Shipley College
Exhibition Road,
Salltaire
BD18 3JW

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PS: Dates of remaining meetings in 2018 (all on Thursday evenings): 6 Sep; 13 Dec

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