Redbox Gallery – call for artists

Redbox Gallery – call for artists

The classic K6 telephone box on Queen Street, Horbury was purchased from BT by Horbury Civic Society in 2018. It has been re-painted, re-glazed and re-purposed as an art space. It has a power supply, lighting and a locking door. We are calling for new proposals from...
VISION FOR HORBURY – A PLACE PLAN

VISION FOR HORBURY – A PLACE PLAN

The township of Horbury includes Horbury Village, Horbury Bridge and Horbury Junction. It is an ancient settlement dating from before William the Conqueror and the Domesday book. We appreciate Horbury as an attractive township, full of historic character, surrounded...
Mother of Hope

Mother of Hope

Ceramicist Drew Caines has installed a new work in Redbox Gallery. Titled ‘Mother of Hope’ the clay female figure stands 180cm high and contains text baked into the figure. Drew says ‚ÄúLife is hard for everyone at the moment and we have all endured...
Horbury history QR code trail virtual tour

Horbury history QR code trail virtual tour

Local historian helen Bickerdike has made a stunning video of our QR code blue plaque trail through Horbury. It is an exceptional piece of work and our thanks go to Helen and to Wakefield Council who supported the production. Follow this link to view the 19 minute...
Horbury Shoal

Horbury Shoal

Horbury Shoal is a new seating arrangement for the Queen Street site. It has been commissioned by the Good of Small Things project which finds opportunities for artists to add life to the Horbury streetscape. Shoal is the work of Martin Heron, a well known sculpture...