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    Wesley Methodist Memorial Church

    This Methodist church in the heart of the town is set in beautiful gardens. It was built in 1889 as a memorial to John and Charles Wesley. Open throughout the year 10am – 4pm, conducted tours arranged through the minister. No charge – but donations always welcomed. 2014 sees a new Wesley Heritage garden.

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    Wilderspin National School Museum

    Explore this Victorian school with unique links to Samuel Wilderspin, one of the founding fathers of modern schooling and pioneer of infant schools across Britain. Explore Wilderspin’s schoolroom and playground of 1845 and the adjoining National School Classroom.

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    Wrawby Postmill

    The last postmill in the north of England. The postmill at Wrawby is open each year on Easter Monday, both May Bank Holidays, August Bank Holiday and the last Sunday in June and July. A souvenir shop and refreshments are available on open days. The mill is open from 2 till 5 pm each day.