2-4pm, and again 7-9pm
Carlo Harrison of Aireborough Historical Society shows us how Aireborough has developed from a rural/industrial society to today’s post industrial townships, through his extensive photographic archive. Carlo is well known for his extremely informative and entertaining talks, giving fascinating glimpses of the past.
Meanwhile, the amazing Travelling Tea Ladies will serve up their innovative selection of ‘scrummy’ homemade cakes, with tea, in a vintage setting.
There is no charge for this event, (except the tea and cakes) just come along and enjoy.
There will also be a display of local ‘celebrities’ down the years, by Brian Firth of Our Guiseley in the permanent exhibition.