Museum of North Craven Life at The Folly, Settle
Archive Alive! Exhibition 2009: Photos
Below are some photos from the Archive Alive! Exhibition
Entrance to the exhibition; an arch made by Pioneer Projects, Bentham, reflecting the tradition of erecting arches in North Craven to celebrate royal occassions.
Top floor of the museum with exhibits about morris dancing and other creative arts in Craven
Visitors matching new and old photographs of Settle Businesses
Display about the Roman brooches found in Victoria Cave, Settle and recreated by Horton-in-Ribblesdale School.
Photographs and objects from Hellifield.
Display about the history of printers in Settle and details of some bookplates and inscriptions from books in the Archive Alive collection.
Display about flowers in North Craven. The Cancer Support Group from Pioneer Projects, Bentham, supplied the fabulous art work and flower arrangements
Wednesday, 10-Jun-2009 17:13:32 BST