‘/di’still’ is a solo exhibition from contemporary fine artist Iain H. Williams. It will be on display at Haworth Art Gallery in Accrington from 19 March to 22 May. With free admission and other
Women’s Work, a Hyndburn based heritage project which has listened to and collated stories from women who lived and worked in the local area in the 1960s and 70s, have now installed
More than 120 people gathered at Accrington Market Hall on Saturday 25th September to view a film screening which brought to life stories of Accrington’s working women from the 1940s, 50s, 60s and 70s.
Women’s Work – Hyndburn based heritage project set to host film screening in Accrington Market Hall.Amazing Accrington2021-09-01T15:37:18+01:00
Women’s Work – a National Lottery Heritage Funded project for Accrington - will host a public screening of their brand new film on Saturday 25th September in Accrington Market Hall.Heritage organisation History in Action CIC
Haworth Art Gallery is located on Manchester Road and is a beautiful Grade II listed country house designed by the architect, Walter Brierley. It is home to the internationally important Tiffany Glass Museum, Accrington