A pair of prints featuring Jubilee Park with Middleton Library built in 1889 and the Parish Church of St Leonard, dating from circa 1100, with Edgar Wood's exedra that was built to frame it in 1906. The park opened to the public shortly after the library, which was opened by Middleton's first Mayor, Harvey Heywood.
Each print measures 8" x 12" (inches)
Please note that frames shown are for display purposes only. Only the prints are sent out to you to keep postage to a minimum and to enable you to choose a frame of your choice to match your own decor.
We recommend that you purchase a frame with an inset mount as shown in the photograph. It is important that you choose a frame and mount large enough for an 8" x 12" print to comfortably sit within the mount for the print border to sit evenly all round. A standard A4 frame will not be quite the correct size.
We recommend Manor Art, Mills Hill Trading Estate, Mills Hill Rd, Middleton, Manchester M24 2FD, to meet all your framing needs. They can be contacted on 0161 653 8883 or email@example.com