This is a panoramic view inside one of the galleries
at Dean Clough.
Clough is an arts, business, design and education complex
created by Sir Ernest Hall and his son Jeremy out af
the derelict site that was once one of the world's largest
spinning mill has existed at Dean Clough since at least
1802. John Crossley & Sons became a force in the
region by making carpets, at its height it employed
over 5,000 people but by 1982 the factory was closed.
In 1983 Ernest Hall bought the site and attracted large
businesses to make their homes there.
Clough has combined commerce with the arts and education.
There are eight galleries, a theatre, various charities,
theatre companies, arts, music and media groups.