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Hull Firsts Trail – explore the city and its history through some of these “firsts”. Learn about Hull’s pioneer aviator, see where the English Civil War started, find out which Hull pop star earned the first ever gold disc, and lots more!
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The Carnegie Heritage Centre would like to thank all the people who play the National Lottery as without them we could not have done this project. To thank you all we are holding an Open Day on Friday 15th December, 10am to 3pm. Our volunteers will be pleased to show you around the centre and show you what we do here. There will be free tea, coffee and biscuits so please come along. We have just one thing to ask – you'll need to bring a recently purchased Lottery ticket with you to qualify for this event.

On-line Shop

We sell books, booklets, and DVDs on Kingston upon Hull and its history and heritage. All are brand new and ready for shipping anywhere in the world. Multiple orders are dispatched as one parcel saving on postage and you can choose which postal service to use in the UK.  We have Hull Then & Now 5 and still have available Hull Then & Now 4, Amy Johnson - A life in Pictures, Now Tigers, Hull City in the 1920s, Forgotten Hull 3, Roamin the Range Together Books 1 & 2, Images of Victorian Hull 3, A Century of Hull, A Toast to the Town, and many more. Please visit our shop by clicking on the link below or 'Shop' on the bar at the top of this page for Books, Booklets, DVDs, CDs  on the City of Kingston upon Hull and its heritage.

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Talks & Exhibitions

Exhibitions

We have photographs from past exhibitions on this web site so if there is anything you have missed please call in to the centre to see what we have from these exhibition. As an example we have many photographs from our Band of Hope exhibition so if you like looking at old photographs or you think you may find a relative please come in to the centre and ask to look at our collection.  Photos are for sale @ 50p for the postcard size.

Talks

A wide ranging scope of topics are covered in our talks schedule, there really is something for everyone here. Given by regular attendees at the Centre who have painstakingly researched their chosen subject as well as some local historians, they are informative and usually highly entertaining as well.

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Why Carnegie?

The Carnegie Heritage Centre is a resource that can be accessed by people with an interest in both Local and Family history. The centre has an amazing wealth of data about Hull's history and people's memories of it.

The enthusiastic volunteers spend hours cataloguing old and new data and are always on hand to help visitors with their queries. 

People are welcome to come in and look at the books, maps, box files etc. whether it be for individual study, family history research or just curiosity.

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What do we do?

As well as protecting and preserving the former library as a building of architectural and historical significance, we provide a resource that can be put to good use by virtue of this preservation.

As well as providing a home for the activities of the Heritage Centre, and being run entirely by volunteers, we also house a book binding business and a base of operations for several societies and regular functions.

Family & Local History

The Centre run a course in Family History on a Monday morning which lasts five weeks during term time, with a two hour session per week. We hold a comprehensive range of resources useful to anyone wanting to learn more about local history, from books and maps to street directories and postcards – and more besides.

The Local History course which was run on Wednesday mornings has had to close due to Malcolm Scott retireing. We are hoping to run a monthly talk on the second Wednesday of each month to see how that goes. The first talk will be a film show of old films showing the development of Hull after WW2 on 14th September, 10am to 12 noon.  For more information please contact Liz Shepherd at the centre.

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Hull Then & Now 4 & 5 available from the Carnegie Heritage Centre and from our online shop.

In the fourth volume of Hull Then & Now you will find well over 200 images of Old Hull that have rarely-if ever- been published previously, with many modern colour photographs to accompany them. The four chapters feature some of the streets and roads in Hull, various modes of horse drawn transport that can be seen on our then quiet roads, people at work, and the final chapter containing images from the Hull History Centre's collection illustrating some of Hull's old court housing.

In the fifth volume of Hull Then & Now you will find over 200 images featuring old Hull shops, Hull's early motor transport, and a look at some of Hull's pubs, past and present.

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Carnegie Heritage Centre Ltd, 342 Anlaby Road, Hull HU3 6JA – Registered Office.   Registered Charity Number 1131585

Monday 1.30 until 3 pm Family history help desk with the East Yorkshire Family History Society
Tuesday 9.30 until 3 pm Open House - pop in and see us with your queries or research
Friday 9.30 until 3 pm Open House again
Telephone: 01482 561216 e-mail:

enquiries(_AT_)carnegiehull.co.uk

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