Former workers at the Courtauld’s factory have met to recall the working life.Advertisement
The textiles factory was knocked down in the 1980s but a new community project aims to piece together its past.
At St Matthews Mission on Saturday a number of workers and those who had memories of the factory came together.
Gary Cunliffe’s film showcasing archive pictures of Courtauld’s was shown.
A talk by Lyn Broster from the Textile Society explored the history of rayon made in the factory.
Author Alison Boyle, who wrote from from Pakistan to Preston set in Courtauld’s in 1972, held a question and answer session.
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