Durban House Heritage Centre

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The D.H. Lawrence Heritage Centre is to be closed to the public from April 2016.

The Heritage Centre, May 2013

Coordinates: 53°01′19″N 1°18′25″W / 53.022°N 1.307°W / 53.022; -1.307 D. H. Lawrence Heritage Centre was formally known as the Durban House Heritage Centre and was the sister site of the D.H. Lawrence Birthplace Museum in Eastwood, near Nottingham. Both sites formally went under the name of D.H. Lawrence Heritage. The D.H. Lawrence Heritage Centre contained an exhibition on the social history of Eastwood during the time that the writer lived there, including information on the educational system, mining, trams, retail along with D.H. Lawrence and the people who were affiliated with him. In addition there was an art gallery, a bistro, conference rooms, civil wedding, funeral, birthday and education facilities.

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