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Queens of industry
Until Sept. 2019. Leeds Industrial Museum, Armley Mills. Exhibition revealing untold stories of working class women elected to represent some of Britain's greatest industries from coal to cotton. Queens of Industry were a 20th century phenomenon; the first Railway Queens elected in the 1920s and the last Coal Queen crowned in the 1980s. Free with museum admission.
A Woman's Place
Until Dec. 2018. Abbey House Museum, Kirkstall. A new exhibition to mark the centenery year of the first women getting the vote. Normal museum admission.
Meet the Curator
First Thursday every month. 2-4pm. Wakefield One Museum. Bring in your treasures to be identified and ask for advice on their care.
Wakefield Cathedral Tours
Wednesdays 11:30am &2:45pm. Approx. 45 mins. Free.
Behind the Scenes Stables Tour
Monthly at 2pm. Nostell Prory. See website for details. Join a friendly stable guide to discover the history of this fascinating building and explore areas not usually open to visitors. www.nationaltrust.org.uk/nostell Free.

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