What we’ve made

Otley Courthouse cell display


Otley Courthouse Memories Project, 2014


Digital print on 10mm PVC board

The Project

Otley Courthouse Heritage Group research the history of the Courthouse building, which served as a court and police station until the building was rescued and converted into a thriving arts centre in 2004.

In 2012, dg3 produced a 64 page book of photos and recollections, Memories of Otley Courthouse, and in 2014 we were asked to supply a display board to be mounted in one of the old cells for their Heritage day event. The board measuring 600x800mm, tells the story of John Warburton and family. Warburton was appointed sergeant at Otley police station in 1889, rising to the rank of superintendent before retiring in 19169.

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