Until Dec. 2018. Abbey House Museum, Kirkstall, Leeds. A display that reflects of how commemoration of those close to us in the past has changed since the Victorian era and features contributions from people in contemporary Leeds.
Until November, Heritage Quay, Huddersfield. To celebrate 150 years since the town was incorporated into a borough, WYAS Kirklees will be dispplaying items from their collection. Free admission.
Beer! History of brewing and drinking.
Until 28 Oct. Temple Newsom House. Exhibition about Britain's first national drink through the eyes of the people who lived, worked, brewed and drank here. leeds.gov.uk/beerexhibition
Keep the home fires burning - Doncaster's Home Front
From April Doncaster Museum & Art Gallery. An interactive exhibition offering insight into home life in Doncaster during the war.
Queens of industry
Until Sept. 2019. Leeds Industrial Museum, Armley Mills. Exhibition revealing untold stories of working class women elected to represent some of Britain's greatest industries from coal to cotton. Queens of Industry were a 20th century phenomenon; the first Railway Queens elected in the 1920s and the last Coal Queen crowned in the 1980s. Free with museum admission.