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Come and see grandfather clocks, wall and table clocks, watches and barometers and much more, all made or sold in Northallerton between 1750 and 1900.

Monday 29 September until Wednesday 22 October. Open 10am until 4pm each day (excluding Sundays)

Tennants Auction Centre, Leyburn (by kind permission of Rodney Tennant).

Spear-heading the exhibition is David Severs, a Northallerton man, who for almost fifty years has been researching clocks made in the town.  During that time he has traced over three hundred clocks and watches made by twenty five Northallerton makers. David has published books on clocks and clockmakers from Northallerton, Stokesley, Bedale and Ripon.

Clock exhibitions from a single town are very rare and, in addition to its attraction for clock enthusiasts nationally, the event will have a more general appeal from a local and social history perspective.

The Friarage MRI Scanner Appeal

Friarage Hospital Scanner Appeal logoAdmission to the Northallerton Clock Exhibition is free. However, the organisers are raising funds for the Friarage Hospital Scanner Appeal and hope that visitors will give generously.

There will be a charity preview evening on Friday 26 September, 6-8pm.

Find out more about the appeal.


Thank you to our sponsors

The support of our sponsors is gratefully acknowledged.

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