This Remembrance Sunday, visit The Peace Museum's 'A Flawed Peace?' exhibition in the Gallery in the Mill at Bradford Industrial Museum. This exhibition explores post-war peace marking the First World War Centenary. It focuses on both heritage of the war and heritage of the peace, examining the question of whether the post-war peace after the First World War was flawed and will explore the kind of peace that was agreed. (Exhibition ends January 2020)
Also on display in the staircase (closest to the main entrance) are various First World War and Second World War memorial plaques from Bradford businesses and churches commemorating the workers and worshippers, respectively, who died during the wars. There is also a booklet of photographs of these memorials in Gallery in the Mill.
Families can also take part in self-led craft activities. Design a peace medal, like those given to Bradfordians in 1919 for Peace Day, and make a poppy.
Museum open 11am - 4pm. Free entry but donations welcome.