Organiser: Wood Street Mission
Location: Wood Street Mission, 26 Wood Street, Manchester M3 3EF
Phone: 0161 834 3140
Manchester children’s charity Wood Street Mission has been helping children living in poverty since Victorian times. This exhibition looks at our work over the years from “rescuing” street children in the 19th Century, sending tens of thousands to the seaside in the twentieth and running a city gym in the 1980s.
The Exhibition is accompanied by a specially commissioned historic walk in central Manchester and launch of a one-off ‘Wood Street’ traditional bitter courtesy of Manchester brewery, Marble Brewery.
Queues, Clogs and Redemption is a free exhibition which runs from Wednesday 9 September until Friday 9 October in our historic building at 26 Wood Street, M3 3EF.
Exhibition Opening Times
Fridays | 10.00 – 16.30
Wednesdays | 10.00 – 19.00
Building tour | 11.00
The opening event is 9 Sep: 17.30 – 19.00. Following the opening event, History Walks will be held by tour guide Suzanne Hindle, starting at Wood Street, off Deansgate, to Marble Arch pub in Ancoats. The walk will also be held in reverse on Wed 16 Sep at 18.30. Tickets for the walk are £5 and include a drink.
To find out more about the charity’s work in Manchester and Salford, visit http://www.woodstreetmission.org.uk