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The Inter Group Client - Harrogate Spa Water

The Inter Group Client - Harrogate Spa Water

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The celebrations will also feature live jazz music, recreating the ambience of the Pump Rooms heyday

The celebrations will also feature live jazz music, recreating the ambience of the Pump Rooms heyday

Taking the waters at Harrogate Spa

Taking the waters at Harrogate Spa

Harrogate is a spa town in North Yorkshire, England. Historically in the West Riding of Yorkshire, the town is a tourist destination and its visitor attractions include its spa waters and RHS Harlow Carr gardens. Nearby is the Yorkshire Dales national park. Harrogate grew out of two existing smaller settlements, High Harrogate and Low Harrogate, in the 17th century. Dated 1955. Publisher: Valentine & Sons Ltd

Two Vintage Postcards featuring Harrogate

Bettys Cafe Tea Rooms in Harrogate. It is a spa town in North Yorkshire, England. The town is a tourist destination and its visitor attractions include its spa waters.

Sweet treat: An afternoon tea packed with speciality cakes at Betty's Tea Rooms in Harrogate

The Royal Pump Room in full swing in this watercolour of 1894 by Herbert P Templar. The roads outside the pump room were closed to traffic every morning from 7.00am until 9.00am and crowds gathered ready to take their water.

The Montpellier Pump Room, by Herbert Pickard Templar Chosen by Harrogate Library Local Studies Group

Harrogate Spa. For centuries visitors to Harrogate have drank #sulphur water from its famous spa to cure #ailments ranging from gout to back pain. Visitors nowadays however, are only permitted to smell the water, which carries a pungent whiff of rotten eggs!

For centuries visitors to Harrogate have drank water from its famous spa to cure ranging from gout to back pain. Visitors nowadays however, are only permitted to smell the water, which carries a pungent whiff of rotten eggs!

Betty Lupton dispensed the strong sulphur water for around sixty years. The attendants earned a small wage and supplemented their income with tips from visitors. Betty was crowned Queen of the Well on Queen Victoria's Coronation Day. She retired in 1843 just after the new pump room had opened. She was given a pension of seven shillings a week by the Harrogate Improvement Commissioners. She died later in 1843 aged eighty three.

Betty Lupton dispensed the strong sulphur water for around sixty years. The attendants earned a small wage and supplemented their income with tips from visitors. Betty was crowned Queen of the Well on Queen Victoria's Coronation Day. She retired in 1843 just after the new pump room had opened. She was given a pension of seven shillings a week by the Harrogate Improvement Commissioners. She died later in 1843 aged eighty three.

Spa is a complete relaxing session which includes body treatment, soaking in spring water and also providing hot air or steam bath to individuals opting for .

The interior of the pump room in 1852. The counter for serving the water was to one side of the room. This counter was replaced in the 1880s. Notice the large mirror provided so visitors could admire the ceiling plasterwork without hurting theirs necks.

The interior of the pump room in The counter for serving the water was to one side of the room. This counter was replaced in the Notice the large mirror provided so visitors could admire the ceiling plasterwork without hurting theirs necks.

Hidden from view: It is believed the posters, including this one of Harrogate in Yorkshire, were never put on display because they are in su...

Vintage posters worth £15,000 found under carpet of a rundown house