Tag: Heritage open days

Leeds’s largest free heritage festival launches on Friday

Heritage Open Days is the country’s largest free heritage festival, with over 5,000 events held annually. This year’s festival runs between the 11-19 September 2020. Leeds Civic Trust is proud to be the local coordinator for the city. This year, the festival will be going ‘digital’ for the first time

Heritage Open days in South Leeds

Heritage Open Days, the historical festival now in its 22nd year, throws open the doors to historic buildings and particularly those that are normally closed to the public. Amongst the 106 events taking place between Thursday 8 and Sunday 11 September, we have listed the eight events happening in LS10

Heritage Open Days in South Leeds

  Buildings across South Leeds will be opened up to the public for Heritage Open Days next weekend, 11-14 September 2014. Heritage Open Days is billed as a national celebration of England’s architecture and culture. “Every year on four days in September, buildings of every age, style and function throw

Heritage Open Days at Hunslet Baptist Church

  The oldest non-conformist chapel in Leeds still being used for worship is in Hunslet and it’s opening its doors to show off its recent refurbishment. Hunslet Baptist Church nestles between the Carphone Warehouse and McDonalds on Low Road – the busy A61. It will be open as part of