Discovery Day: food and farming in the Calder Valley

15th September 2018

16th October 2018

9:30 To 16:00

Event Description

Discovery Day: food and farming in the Calder Valley, past, present and future.

An introduction to using archive materials with a view to encouraging future research.

£15 includes lunch and refreshments

 

Venue: The Birchcliffe Centre

Contact Information

secretary@hebdenbridgehistory.org.uk

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