8.30am to 6pm, Saturday 8 July 2017
Port Sunlight is the village founded by ‘Soap King’ William Hesketh Lever in 1888. The village was built to house Lever’s ‘Sunlight Soap’ factory workers, but today is home to a fascinating museum, beautiful architecture, a world-class art gallery, stunning parkland and a thriving community.
• Why did Lever build Port Sunlight?
• Why is the village important?
• How is the village managed and protected today?
To find out about the history the museum is an ideal place to start your visit as there you can pick up a village trail or take a tour, discover some of our fascinating history and visit the shop and tea room.
For more information visit the website: http://portsunlightvillage.com
The coach picks up from several points in and around Leeds (times to be confirmed) to arrive in Port Sunlight at 11.30am and will leave Port Sunlight at 4.30pm.
£13.50 per person
Please contact Hazel Giles for more information or to book