Dedicated to the world’s longest running TV comedy Last of the Summer Wine. The exhibition is inside Compo’s house, as seen in the TV series. Only a short walk from the farm into the village centre.
Last of the Summer Wine is the longest-running comedy series on television, with fans all over the Globe, particularly the United States, where they have fallen in love with the gentle charm, Yorkshire humour and rolling countryside.
The exhibition was officially opened by Compo on Easter Saturday, 1996, the 25th anniversary of the programme.
The premises are situated in a delightful part of Holmfirth, next to the most famous steps in the country, those leading to the cottage of the fearsome Nora Batty, the sight of whose wrinkled stocking legs used to bring a wicked gleam to Compo’s every hopeful eye.
Visit the Summer Wine Holmfirth website for more information and details about opening times and ticket prices.
Text and information taken from the Summer Wine Holmfirth website.
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