Your culture attendant: things to do in Wath Upon Dearne


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Coal mining was a major industry across Britain for centuries - and at the former Caphouse Colliery at Overton, near Wakefield, records date back to 1789. Now it's the site of the National Coalmining Museum, where you can take a trip 140 metres down into the earth and experience something of life in the mines with a tour, from 10am.
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