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Memories of Hunslet and Stourton Exhibition
22 Jul 2017 - 3 Sep 2017
An exhibition sharing the memories of people who grew up in the area.
This display recalls memories from members of the local community who have grown up and lived around the Hunslet and Stourton area where Thwaite Mills is situated. People’s everyday stories include collecting wood for Bonfire Night, scrumping apples from the Thwaite Mills orchard, and working at Waddington’s. Come and enjoy a trip down memory lane in the Warehouse Room at one of Leeds’ most fascinating museums where you can also enjoy the beautiful outside spaces and see the working waterwheels.
Please check times with event organiser for any last minute changes.
Included in normal museum admission.
Open during normal museum opening hours, the museum is open at weekends from 1pm to 5pm and tuesday to friday during Leeds school holidays from 10am to 5pm, the museum will also be open on bank holiday monday from 10am to 5pm.
(please note the exhibition may be unavailable on the following weekends due to pre-booked events, 22nd and 29th of July, please check with the museum before visiting)
Last admissions are at 3.30pm and the exhibition is included in normal museum admission.
Wheelchair access is limited to the ground floor of the Mill
- Family friendly
- Wheelchair access
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