Haunt featured at ‘Harrogate Stories’ exhibition
We’re delighted that a selection of work produced by Haunt is included in the Harrogate Stories exhibition at The Royal Pump Room Museum.
Harrogate Stories runs until 11 April 2016 and reflects the people of the town through their own stories. The exhibition explores Harrogate and its people from 1945 to the present day, using objects, fascinating personal recollections and photographs. Find out about the history of Harrogate from the people who have lived, worked and visited there, reminisce about shared memories and discover new insights into the town.
The Royal Pump Room museum is open Monday-Saturday 10.30am-5.00pm and Sunday 2pm-5.00pm (4pm Jan-March).
Admission prices apply: Adult £4; Concession/NUS £2.90; Child £2.35; Family (2 adults + 3 children) £11.50.
Royal Pump Room Museum, Crown Place, Harrogate, North Yorkshire, HG1 2RY. Find it on the map here.
Film shown is ‘Homelessness and Bedsitterland in Harrogate’ by Haunt contributor Richard Harries who’s written about his experiences of homelessness in 60s Harrogate.
Presented in partnership with Harrogate Borough Council Museums & Arts.