Apart from Open Houses, The Makers’ Fair, exhibitions and family activities – what else is happening across Saltaire during the May bank holiday weekend?
Saltaire will be a-buzzing with local Yorkshire choirs singing about the village on Saturday 25 May from 2pm to 3.30pm. See them all at The United Reform Church from 3.45pm. There are more exhibitions too with Shipley College Pop Up exhibition showing new work by the BTEC students, and The Vicar at Vicars, paintings by The Reverend Robin Gamble at Vicars Café.
Kath Libbert jewellery, in the prestigious Salts Mill, will be exhibiting the work of thirteen contemporary metalsmiths and artist Hannah Lamb will be opening her studio to the public at The Butterfly Rooms on Bingley Road, a short walk from Victoria Hall.
Finally, once you have enjoyed and exhausted all our family art activities why not visit Shipley Glen Tramway? Only a short walk from Roberts Park, this is Britain’s oldest working cable tramway at 117 years old, taking passengers through the woodland at the bottom of Shipley Glen.
With so much going on inSaltaire from 25 – 27 May, why go anywhere else?
Discover the full detail of the extra activities happening in Saltaire over the weekend of the Saltaire Arts Trail by visiting our website and downloading a copy of the 2013 brochure.