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The ‘Workers Playtime’ day will feature live music as well as an opportunity for visitors to see and ‘have-a-go’ at traditional crafts. The family event will feature demonstrations by traditional craftspeople including spinners, basket weavers and rag rug makers. Entertainments will include traditional dance and song. More activities will be announced shortly.
The May Day Bank Holiday was traditionally an annual workers holiday and this event celebrates the skills and social activities of past generations. The museum celebrates the lives of the Framework Knitters who produced hosiery and lace and whose poverty led to the Luddite protests. Visitors can observe the authentic machines in action and are invited to have a go on our circular knitting machines. The site includes two workshops, cottages, a chapel and a delightful garden. Refreshments will also be available.
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For more information contact Paul Baker, Museum Manager – tel: 0115 984 6914, email: firstname.lastname@example.org, web: www.frameworkknittersmuseum.org.uk, address: Framework Knitters Museum, Chapel Street, Ruddington, Nottingham, NG11 6HE.