|Full name||Amalgamated Society of Textile Workers and Kindred Trades|
|Merged into||Manufacturing, Science and Finance|
|Affiliation||Trade Union Congress, Labour Party|
|Key people||William Bromfield (Secretary)|
|Office location||Market Place, Leek, Staffordshire|
- Amalgamated Society of Silk Pickers (founded 1884)
- Amalgamated Society of Braid Workers and Kindred Trades (founded 1889)
- Amalgamated Society of Silk and Cotton Dyers (founded 1897)
- Amalgamated Society of Women Workers (founded 1906)
- Amalgamated Society of Silk Spinners, Throwsters and Reelers (founded 1907)
- Association of Trimming Weavers' Society of Leek and District (founded 1871)
- Leek Spun Silk Dressers Union (founded 1907)
In 1951, the union affiliated to the Amalgamated Weavers' Association, but it left a few years later, in order to cut its expenses. In 1965, it merged with the National Silk Weavers and Textile Traders Association, meaning that for the first time it had members outside Cheshire and Staffordshire, although only in a limited number of locations: Dunfermline, Farnworth, Great Yarmouth and Pontypridd.
- 1919: William Bromfield
- 1942: Tom Birch
- 1946: Herbert Lisle
- 1983: Alfred Hitchmough
- Frank Burchill and Jim Sweeney, A history of trade unionism in the North Staffordshire textile industry
- Labour Party, Report of the Forty-Fifth Annual Conference of the Labour Party, p.77
- Marsh, Arthur (1984). Trade Union Handbook (3 ed.). Aldershot: Gower. pp. 352–353. ISBN 0566024268.
- Exton, Jack; Gill, Colin (1981). The Trade Union Directory. London: Pluto Press. pp. 183–184.
- Working Class Movement Library, "Silk workers' unions"
- Peter Carter and John B. Smethurst, Historical Directory of Trade Unions: Volume 6, p.116