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Archive – Open Morning June

Just a quick reminder that the Archive is open to the public free of charge Wednesday 7th June from 10am till midday. So if you are interested in textile, heritage or just curious to get up close and personal why not come along and find out more.

Herringbone

Herringbone is a V-shaped zig zag pattern that is usually made from tweed/twill fabric. The herringbone pattern dates back to the Roman Empire, where it was used in road paving systems, and in the textiles and jewellery of ancient Egyptian elite. Its name quite literally derives from the bones of a herring fish, which it… Read more »

Open Morning in the Archive – May

Just a quick reminder that the Archive is open to the public free of charge Wednesday 3rd May from 10am till midday. So if you are interested in textile, heritage or just curious to get up close and personal why not come along and find out more.

5 new deals sealed for ex-Emmerdale Mill

Five new deals have been completed in the comprehensively refurbished Red Lane Mill building at Sunny Bank Mills, the iconic Yorkshire mill complex between Leeds and Bradford

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