Housing Market Renewal

  Housing Market Renewal (HMR) was a major funding package established in 2003 by Central Government. HMR was expected to be a 15 year regeneration programme. This funding came to an end earlier than expected after the Comprehensive Spending...

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Shop at the Haworth

Shop at the Haworth Art Gallery  Haworth Art Gallery is home to an Arts and Crafts shop stocked with beautiful handmade items made by both local and national artisans. Items range from jewellery to ceramics, original artworks to cushions and...

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The Gallery Kitchen

  The Gallery Kitchen is the new licensed Tea Room at the Haworth Art Gallery. It offers a wide range of light lunches and sumptuous afternoon teas plus a delicious Sunday Roast! The tea room is open from 12pm to 4pm, Wednesday to Sunday Booking...

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Weddings at the Haworth Art Gallery

Getting Married at Haworth Art Gallery The perfect venue for your special day.  What better place to hold your wedding than in the Music Room of this exquisite Edwardian Mansion. You can have exclusive use of the beautiful and intimate Music...

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The Tiffany Glass Collection

See information boards on the life of Louis Comfort Tiffany, and Joseph Briggs, and Art Nouveau. There are two of Briggs’ mosaic samples and original drawings for mosaic paenls, items from Tiffany Studios and the iconic Peacock vase. See...

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Adult Group Visits

Groups can enjoy a variety of introductory talks and tours of the Haworth Art Gallery and the Tiffany Glass collection. There are over 140 examples of Tiffany Glass in the collection, including every sort of Tiffany vase, from the millefiore...

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School Visits to the Haworth Art Gallery

Self-guided school group visits may take place Tuesday to Friday between 12 noon and 4pm and access to the education room for activities can also be arranged.  Educational resources such as paper, pencils, crayons etc. can be provided and...

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History of the Haworth Art Gallery

Haworth Art Gallery is an Edwardian Tudor-style house in its own park with lovely views across the surrounding hills. It has an oak-panelled entrance hall and an Arts and Crafts staircase and delightful wood and plaster decorations adorn the main...

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Councillors, democracy and elections

Elections are held to elect the people who represent you on Hyndburn Borough Council, Lancashire County Council, the European Parliament, and at a national level, the House of Commons. You are allowed to vote if your name is on the Register of...

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Church and Clayton-Le-Moors Cemetery

The Church and Clayton-le-Moors Cemetery is located on Dill Hall Lane, Church (BB5 4DL) and is also known as Dill Hall Cemetery. Dill Hall Cemetery is the Council’s second largest cemetery, dating back to 1889 and has carried out over...

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Great Harwood Cemetery

Great Harwood Cemetery opened in 1887, and has no longer any graves left to purchase. The cemetery is divided in two, with the original section dating from 1887 to 1949 and the second section opening in January 1950. Surrounded by residential...

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