Membership of the East Leeds History and Archaeology Society is open to everyone with an interest in the heritage of our communities.
Aims and Objectives
The Society was formed in 1997 and exists to research and promote knowledge of the past through lectures, displays and a twice-yearly publication (The Leeds History Journal). In addition, the Society also runs the East Leeds Heritage Centre at Cross Gates Library, where regular displays and exhibitions take place.
The Society is run by a President and Committee, elected every three years at a General Meeting, which all members are allowed to attend and vote at. In addition, all members are eligible to stand for election to the Committee and to serve on any sub-committee that takes their interest.