THE story of Guiseley Wells is the subject of Aireborough Civic Society's talk at Rawdon Library on Tuesday, September 26 at 7.30pm.

Jennifer Kirkby, well-known local environmentalist, will talk about her discovery of the little known ancient history of Guiseley Wells and its importance in the growth and development of the town we know today.

Where does the water come from? Were the Saxons living in Guiseley? Where does the water go? Was it used for drinking, washing or by local mills?

Jennifer will answer these and other questions when telling the history of Guiseley Wells.

Admission: ACS members free. Non-ACS members £4.

Join ACS on the night for £5 membership, which includes two talks alternating with two community meetings for this year.

Last September the importance of Guiseley Wells was celebrated by the unveiling of an Aireborough Civic Society Blue Plaque.

Aireborough Civic Society also has a display of old photographs of Guiseley Wells and other historical photographs of Guiseley in the Local History Room at Rawdon Community Library until January. They can be viewed when the library is open on Monday mornings, Wednesday and Thursday all day, Saturday 10am -1pm and Sundays 11am-3pm.