People at work in a Medieval building and later in time, during the Victorian period.
A visual reconstruction fills in a missing east wall, combining it with features still existing today. We see the former chapel of the Hatters Guild, where the piscine is used to wash communion vessels. Part of a display in the heritage gallery, this helps people understand how the building’s use has changed.
Drawings were based on plans, measured drawings, stone features and archive material. An interactive flip-book illustrates associated characters and their trade.