Paralympic Heritage

Exhibition

Currently running until Sunday, 3 November 2019

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Paralympic Heritage – Stories from Bradford & Keighley. Following the successful exhibition at Cartwright Hall, Paralympic Heritage – Stories from Bradford, will be opening at Cliffe Castle Museum. Visit this accessible and interactive exhibition to witness just how far we have come as a nation in supporting and celebrating disability sport. Using a range of displays, memorabilia and art, visitors will learn about local and national Paralympians, all of whom have contributed to our Paralympic legacy. Come and find out how it all began with the inspirational story of Professor Sir Ludwig Guttmann and the D-day landings. We welcome involvement from the community to help create elements of the exhibition, by telling local stories connected to the Paralympics and disability sport.

Opening Notes:

Opening Times
Tuesday to Friday 10am - 4pm

Saturday, Sunday & Bank Holiday Mondays 11am - 4pm
Last admission 3.30pm

Closed Good Friday and Mondays except Bank Holidays.

Christmas opening times
Closed Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, Boxing Day, and 1st January

For more information:

Website: https://www.bradfordmuseums.org

email: Cliffe.Castle@bradford.gov.uk

Venue Details

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Address:
Cliffe Castle Museum
Spring Gardens Lane
Keighley
BD20 6LH
01535 618231

Directions:

Cliffe Castle lies in a park on the outskirts of Keighley off the A629 Skipton Road. Approximately 12-25 minutes walk from Keighley railway station, 6-15 minutes walk from the bus station. Buses (for example Bradford to Skipton) pass the lower main gates. The 903 bus service operates from Keighley Bus Station and serves Cliffe Castle on a limited basis.

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