SIGNED, sealed, delivered. What else could we be talking here but postage stamps?
Visitors are expected to have a first class time discovering the history of the post through stamps, letters, postmarks and artefacts courtesy of a new exhibition which opens at the Red House, Gomersal, on Sunday.
Postage stamps, often miniature works of art, can tell us much about the world in which we live. That means everything from geography and nature to events and people in our cultural and historical life.
Travel first class from the Spen Valley to South Africa and discover all about early 19th century letters (including some from Charlotte Bronte).
The exhibition includes displays and activities for children. It runs until 26 October and admission is free. Opening times are Monday – Friday 11am-5pm and Saturday-Sunday 12 – 5pm (access by stairs only).