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Bedale 19th and 20th Century Painters and Decorators

Bedale 19th and 20th Century Painters and Decorators

Examining the Bucktrout and Firth businesses of Bedale More >
Bradford's Industrial Revolution

Bradford's Industrial Revolution

Tracking a city's industrial and social change More >
Campaigners Make an Impact  in Yorkshire and Lincolnshire

Campaigners Make an Impact in Yorkshire and Lincolnshire

Using Yorkshire's History to Change Your World More >
China in Yorkshire

China in Yorkshire

Take a look at some of the chinese objects we have in Yorkshire! More >
Coal Mining and the Victorians

Coal Mining and the Victorians

The stories of child workers who laboured underground More >
Creative Writing at Sandal Castle

Creative Writing at Sandal Castle

Using ruins, artefacts, documents and imagination! More >
Crime and Punishment - Sophia Constable

Crime and Punishment - Sophia Constable

The crime and punishment of an 11 year old Victorian 'young offender' More >
Entertainment and Hobbies in the 1950s

Entertainment and Hobbies in the 1950s

Find out what people did in their spare time in the 1950s More >
Family Life in the 1950s

Family Life in the 1950s

What life was like for families and children in the 1950s More >
Fashion in the 1950s

Fashion in the 1950s

What did people wear in the 1950s? Who were the icons of the time? More >
First World War stories from the Wakefield  District

First World War stories from the Wakefield District

Stories of local people who served their country in WWI More >
Folk Art and The Whalers

Folk Art and The Whalers

Learn about Scrimshaw and how to develop research skills More >
Food in the 1950s

Food in the 1950s

Discover what people grew, cooked and ate in post-WW2 Yorkshire More >
Goathland as a Contrasting Locality

Goathland as a Contrasting Locality

An example of a good 'contrasting locality' for KS2 Geography More >
History Around Hull

History Around Hull

Explore the development of Hull through a journey down its historic High Street More >
History of Leeds - Poverty and Riches

History of Leeds - Poverty and Riches

How the rich and poor lived in Leeds from the 17th Century to 1900s More >
Ink or Swim

Ink or Swim

Young designers get inspired by Hull Museums collections More >
Leeds in World War II

Leeds in World War II

Leeds affected by air raids and citizens protecting themselves More >
Louis Le Prince

Louis Le Prince

About Louis Le Prince who invented the first moving image camera More >
M&S - Homegrown Expansion in Leeds

M&S - Homegrown Expansion in Leeds

Modernisation in Leeds stores from the 1930s More >
M&S Underwear

M&S Underwear

A brief look at the development of M&S undergarments More >
Metalwork in Sheffield

Metalwork in Sheffield

An introduction to Sheffield's metalwork industry, with short films More >
Metalwork Objects in Focus, Millennium Gallery, Sheffield

Metalwork Objects in Focus, Millennium Gallery, Sheffield

Focusing on objects from the Metalwork Gallery, Sheffield More >
Moving Stories - Workshops and Performance

Moving Stories - Workshops and Performance

Using drama in museums to understand travel in the past More >

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