Calderdale Heritage Walk: When Panic Seized the Town

Culture & Heritage, Events & Festivals, Walking : Brighouse

Calderdale Heritage Walk: When Panic Seized the Town

2nd Jun 2019

Sunday 25th March

A major outbreak of smallpox hit the Brighouse area in 1892. We'll visit key sites in Clifton to retell the story

Meet John Brooke at 2.15pm by the War Memorial in the centre of Clifton, HD6 4HP.

The normal charge is £3 for all ages unless shown otherwise. For virtually all our walks there's no need to book, just turn up and pay on the day.
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2-3 hour guided walk exploring the heritage of this rather special area with our experienced guides.

For enquiries, please email us at : CdaleHeritageWks@aol.com
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Short Description Sunday 25th March A major outbreak of smallpox hit the Brighouse area in 1892. We'll visit key sites in Clifton to retell the story Meet John Brooke at 2.15pm by the War Memorial in the centre of Clifton, HD6 4HP. The normal charge is £3 for all ages unless shown otherwise. For virtually all our walks there's no need to book, just turn up and pay on the day.
Type Culture & Heritage, Events & Festivals, Walking
Location Brighouse
Event Date 2 Jun 2019
Event End Date 2 Jun 2019
Address Clifton, West Yorkshire, HD6 4HP.
Web Address www.calderdaleheritagewalks.org.uk/current.html
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Calderdale Heritage Walk: When Panic Seized the Town

Clifton

West Yorkshire

HD6 4HP.

Accessibility

To ensure we offer impartial advice we have provided a link to  ‘Euan’s Guidewhere you'll find detailed access information to many venues across Calderdale and the UK: accommodation, attractions, shops, pubs, restaurants and more.  

VisitEngland lead training provider and contributor in accessible tourism, Visits Unlimited is a Calderdale-based national operator offering a range of accessibility-related services across the UK and abroad.  Visits Unlimited support businesses in not only meeting legal obligations stated within the UK Equality Act 2010 but in exceeding customer service expectations for all customers including those with specific needs.  Services provided include accredited hospitality training and disability awareness training, access auditing, mystery shopping and strategic accessibility planning. 

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