Clarke Hall Wakefield — Public Events


This posting is from 2012.  Speaking personally I attended the April tours event which was really excellent and demonstrated how important Clarke Hall is.  Unfortunately in March 2013, we received the news in the comment below this post.

Clarke Hall Wakefield is a 17th Century house which functions as an educational museum during term times.

They are running two public events in the near future: 

Come along on Sunday 25th March and experience life as it was  through a series of craft activities in different rooms and meet the Friends of Clarke Hall dressed in period costume.

The hall is open from 10.00 a.m. to 4.00 p.m with last entry at 3.30 p.m.

Home made refreshments.

Admission is £3.50   Concessionary £2.00   Children Free               Free Parking is available.


Step Back in Time at Clarke Hall Educational Museum

Step Back in Time Guided tours of Clarke Hall
Thursday 5th April 10:30am – 12:00pm and 1 – 2:30pm
Come and join a costumed guided tour of this gentleman farmers residence, constructed around 1680, on the outskirts of Wakefield.
Booking is required.  To book your place call 01924 302700

Find out more about Clarke Hall


One comment on “Clarke Hall Wakefield — Public Events

  1. Alan Radford says:

    Regrettably Wakefield MDC closed Clarke Hall Educational Museum last summer for financial reasons. Today, 17 March 2013, The Friends of Clarke Hall, a registered charity with the role of supporting the educational activities of Clarke Hall, no longer able to fulfil that function, held their final meeting and disbanded after over thirty years in existence. The records of the Friends will in due course be deposited with the Wakefield office of the West Yorkshire Archive Service.

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