Cropper in West Yorkshire


  • Colne Valley Museum

    Colne Valley museum is housed in a row of weavers' cottages in Golcar, Huddersfield, and depicts the life of the 19th century handloom weaver in its original setting.
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  • Lawrence Batley Theatre

    The Lawrence Batley Theatre is situated in the centre of Huddersfield and provides a wide variety of entertainment.
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  • Mikron Theatre Company

    Mikron is a small, touring theatre company that brings entertainment to unusual venues, travelling on their own narrowboat.
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  • Red House Museum

    Red House Museum is the former home of a woollen cloth finishers and merchant family, the Taylors, who owned a mill nearby at the time of the Luddite rebellions.
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  • Sheffield Archives

    Sheffield Archives hold primary source material on the Luddite disturbances including the correspondence of Earl Fitzwilliam who was the Lord Lieutenant of the West Riding during the Luddite troubles of 1812.
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  • Tolson Museum

    The Tolson Museum is housed in Ravensknowle Hall, a mansion built about 1860 by John Beaumont, a woollen manufacturer. The Museum holds important collections of natural history, archaeology and artefacts, that tell the story of Huddersfield's rich past.
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  • University of Huddersfield

    History at the University of Huddersfield has much research expertise in nineteenth-century British history, including politics, society, economics and culture.
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