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ï»¿up shop' takes Bradford shoppers back to 1930s From Bradford Telegraph and Argus
The 'pop up shop' is part of a BBC Learning Hands on History project accompanying the BBC1 series, Turn Back Time The High Street.
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high street about 80 years ago, as well as share their own memories, photographs and mementoes.
The six part series Turn Back Time The High Street takes four empty shops back to the 1870s and propels them through 100 years of change. Shopkeep ing families are faced with the challenge of
periods, all re created in Shepton Mallet, Somerset.
Communities are also invited to help create a photographic 'Now and Then' archive of their area.
Photographs on display will include CH Wood images from the Council's Museums, Galleries and Heritage collection. One of the region's best known photographers, Heaton born Charles Harold Wood had a client list that included most of the large firms of the time.
An empty unit in the building that once housed the much loved store will be transformed into a 1930s grocer's shop, giving today's shoppers chance to experience living history.
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The project is one of 11 taking place around the UK, giving people chance to learn more about their local history. Visitors will be able to touch, hear and even smell what life Nike Air Huarache Premium Green
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