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Below: Platform Gallery & Visitor Information Centre Right: The Ropewalk © Helen Martino

Closed Mon, Sun and Bank Holidays. Visitors to this award-winning facility can enjoy an engaging programme of exhibitions, activities and events including live Music Nights and Cinema screenings. There’s a Makers Market and Craft Shop that offer a range of handcrafted items and all are welcome at The Gallery Café for wholesome, seasonal fare. Anyone wishing to develop their knowledge can participate in adult learning classes, including Life Drawing and Singing for Health, while younger visitors can enjoy our art clubs, holiday activities and family friendly events.

$Platform Gallery and Visitor Information Centre Station Road, Clitheroe bb7 2jt 01200 425566 platformgallery Open: Mon-Fri 10am-5pm, Sat 10am-4.30pm. Sundays in summer and December 11am-4pm. Please check our website for details. Closed Bank Holidays. Through our craft shop, interchanging exhibitions and project spaces we aim to help visitors connect with our local makers and innovation in Craft.

%The Ropewalk Maltkiln Road, Barton upon Humber dn18 5jt 01652 660380 Open: Mon-Sat 10am-5pm, Sun and Bank Holidays 10am-4pm. Closed Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Year’s Day. This former rope factory houses four galleries including a Craft Gallery that represents more than 200 makers from throughout the country including emerging talent and established favourites.

&The National Centre fo Craft & Design Navigation Wharf, Carre Street, Sleaford ng34 7tw 01529 308710 Open: Daily: 10am-5pm, Bank Hols 10am-4pm. Closed Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Year’s Day. England’s largest venue dedicated to the exhibition, celebration and promotion of craft and design. With five exciting exhibition spaces, a stimulating learning and events programme, tempting shop and a riverside café, there is something for everyone to enjoy at the NCCD.

Above: The National Centre for Craft & Design © Colin Davidson Below: Farfield Mill Arts and Heritage Centre Bottom: Chapel Gallery, Stuart Akroyd


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