Sunday, 27 September 2009

Bracken Hall Centre

Up on Shipley Glen, there is also the interesting Bracken Hall Countryside Centre to explore. Run by Bradford Council's Museum Services, it has displays showing the natural history of the area, and fascinating descriptions of the social history - from the mysterious cup and ring stones that dot the moor, to the Victorian visitors who flocked here. It also has one of my personal favourites - Spot the Worm - no, not really a worm called Spot! (Though wouldn't that be great?) Just a glass wormery (there's a proper term, but I'm afraid I don't know it) full of soil, in which you can observe the activities of the humble but very important earthworm.

[Sorry about the dull skies - it's been cloudy for days now. :-( ]


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  2. Hi Jenny,

    Very beautiful building. I'd love to see more of it.

    Have a great Sunday!

    Best regards


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