Looking Back

Imagine how life has changed in Settle over the last 100 years.

A group of young people here in Settle have been discovering the life and times of Craven dialect poet and temperance advocate Tom Twisleton. 2017 marked 100 years since his death and these young people made sure this anniversary didn't go unnoticed. 

As their project draws to an end, come and discover all of their findings in this insightful talk.

Part of the Tom Twisleton 100 project funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund. 

This is a FREE event but please book.  

Like history? Don't miss Emily Bronte - Talk or our FREE W.R.M Exhibition. Perhaps you want to explore your own history? Don't miss A Private View. 

Date: 
Sunday, 8 April 2018 - 4:00pm
Duration: 
30 mins
Tags: 
Events 2018
Festival 2018
Adults
Family
Learning
Wheelchair Access

 

FREE

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