A chance for students to study sources and artefacts, considering the reliability of evidence and the experience of Leeds’ people (on the frontline, in hospitals, in industry and at home) during wartime. Visit the exhibition which has been curated by a group of young people and explores themes of ‘at home’, ‘at war’, ‘on the ward’ and ‘at work’. A full day of workshops, actor-in-role and exploring the exhibition.
Tuesday 8th – Friday 11th November, at Leeds City Museum. Run in partnership with West Yorkshire Archive Service
£130 per group (up to 30). We can accommodate more than 1 group per day
If you’d like more information, please get in touch.
Natalie Haigh, Learning & Access Officer
Leeds City Museum | Millennium Square | Cookridge Street | LS2 8BH
0113 3787122 | firstname.lastname@example.org