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Morecambe's Great War Heritage Exhibition Opens on Easter Saturday.

3/4/17: A fascinating exhibition of World War I memorabilia will open on Saturday 15 April at the Morecambe Heritage Centre. The collection ranges from the Home Front to the Western Front and beyond and includes many items used as props in the making of the film ‘War Horse’.

FIG Tree Fair Trade / Slave Trade Exhibition

Repeats every week every Monday and every Tuesday and every Wednesday and every Thursday and every Friday and every Saturday until Fri Mar 31 2017. Tuesday, March 7, 2017 - 09:00 to 21:00 at The Thomas Storey Gallery, Lancaster LA1 1TH

Fair Trade Exhibition Explores Lancaster's Slaving History

7/3/17: The FIG Tree slave trade / Fair Trade Interactive Exhibition will be on display in the Storey until 31 March. It explores Lancaster’s role as Britain’s 4th largest slave trade port in the c18, the Lancaster merchants and traders involved, the abolitionists, and local Fairtrade initiatives.

'Left Behind' City Museum Exhibition captures abandoned Moor Hospital

29/11/16: 'Left Behind: Capturing the Moor Hospital’ is an exhibition by Nick Dagger Photography at Lancaster City Museum. It showcases Lancaster’s abandoned 19th Century psychiatric hospital, the first asylum in Lancashire. This project sets the scene of what was left behind after closing its doors in 2000 and before the complex was given a new lease of life and redeveloped as luxury homes in 2013.

Cumbria Uni celebrates 50 years with 'scrapbook' exhibition

6/3/15: 1983 - student bedroom at S. Martin's College (aka Smarties) now the University of Cumbria'sLancaster campus As part of the University of Cumbria 50th anniversary celebrations (www.cumbria.ac.uk/50Years), staff from the UC will be taking up residence at the Lancaster University-hosted 'Campus in the City' shop on Cheapside on Thursday 19 March from 10am - 4pm.

International Women's Day Exhibition Needs Your Pictures

10/2/11: Tuesday 8 March is International Women’s Day (IWD), and the Lancaster group organising the celebrations would like your photos of women who have made an impact on your life, for a special exhibition, titled ‘Women Like Us’ at the Gregson, opening on the evening of IWD and showing until the end of March. Lancaster Women @ The Gregson (WAGs) will create an artwork from all your photos.

Carnival of Culture Launches "Houses" Art Project

14/6/09: Lancaster's Carnival of Culture opened "Houses", its community art project created by the citizens of Lancaster this weekend. The exhibition, on displayed in the window of 12 New Street, Lancaster until 20th June, illustrates what Lancaster citizens believe to be the spirit of the community, or what they would like to see happening in their city.

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