Excitement is building in the town as the final preparations are underway for this year’s Beverley Literature Festival. Now in its 12th year, this year’s festival promises to be the biggest and best yet.
A mini version of a popular First World War exhibition has now been set up at the Treasure House in Beverley. The display, which can be found in the Museum on the first floor of the Beverley Treasure House
Adventure stories, songs, tricks and the tale of ‘Jack and the FlumFlum Tree’ will be bringing Beverley Library and the Treasure House alive as part of Beverley Literature Festival's exciting children's programme.
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Taste a slice of Victorian life.
A truly memorable experience of how our great grandparents once lived. Discover the harsh life of child chimney sweeps, learning about climbing boys, including a demonstration on the techniques used to climb chimneys.
We also examine the soot trade, night men and the fable and tradition behind the sweep.
This book is a fascinating insight into days gone by. It’s a re-enactment of the author's visits to the ladies Women's Institute groups in East Yorkshire and North East Lincolnshire.
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