The historical markers are a permanent sign installed in a public place to commemorate a link between that location and a famous person, event, or former building on the site.
Here are ten blue plaques commemorating important people, places or organisations that have been unveiled by Halifax Civic Trust over the years.
5. John Mackintosh
John Mackintosh, founder of confectioners John Mackintosh and Sons, toffee makers and confectioners, now part of Nestle, has a blue plaque at Bailey Hall Mill, part of Nestles Albion Mills in Halifax.
6. Percy Shaw
Percy Shaw's blue plaque is located at Boothtown House, his home where the inventor of the catseye founded the Reflecting Roadstuds company ahead of manufacturing them in the 20th century.
7. Halifax Town AFC
The blue plaque marking the birthplace of Halifax Town AFC was installed back in 2012 at the site of the former Saddle Hotel in Market Street, latterly occupied by JJB Sports and then Heron Foods.
8. Jocelyn Horner
Sculptor Jocelyn Horner has a plaque at Green Hayes, the house at Savile Park Road, Bell Hall, Halifax, where she was born, lived, worked and died, now the home of Lawrence Funeral Services.