Second Public Open Day: Sunday June 14, 10am-4pm
For the second year in a row Temple.Works.Leeds is opening its doors – shutters – interestingly shaped random access features – to the Public (free site admission). We do have individual and group tours for specific purposes weekly on appointment, but this is a chance for the general public to step inside and see this wonderful site on this particular day, at a time of exciting change for Temple Works.
It will be Open Studios to meet artists, makers and performers, the Leeds Model Railway Society and the various pretty diverse members of our community… to sign up for a tour of the site itself including the 2 acre skylit Main Space and the legendary roof … and to enjoy a drink and a BBQ.
On such an historic place – and still a building site – we have guidelines. Tour signup will be on the day only (£1.00 tour per person), and will be first come first served. We have strict limitations on our size of tours owing to safety. We’ll post tour times later. We’re relaxing our usual age guidelines to make this day more family-friendly, but it still is a building site, so we can’t allow anyone under 10 years old on site, and 10-15 years old will need to be accompanied at all times by a responsible adult. Only over 15’s on the site tours. It’s just too dangerous otherwise. But there will be plenty to see and enjoy for everyone… We’ll be posting more details closer to the date: so stand by, and come on by!
An invitation from Susan Williamson, Temple.Works.Leeds Director and all the team… soon to be a Community Interest Company, Temple.Works.Leeds CIC