By Order of Sir Titus Salt Bart Throughout the village, cleanliness, cheerfulness, and order must reign supreme. Only persons who are good, obedient, honest and hardworking will be allocated a house in each village. Anyone caught in a state of inebriation will immediately be evicted.
By order of Sir Titus Salt Bart. All the Overlookers shall be on the premises first & last. Any person arriving late will be locked out and lose half a day’s pay. Persistent lateness will result in dismissal.
By order of Sir Titus Salt Bart. Only persons of ‘good moral character’, who are deemed either too old or unable to labour, will be admitted. Inmates must be destitute and have no where else to live.
By Order of Sir Titus Salt Bart The timing of closing will be indicated each day by the ringing of a bell. No person will be allowed to enter or remain while in a state of intoxication.
Saltaire is not a museum. It is a living, breathing, exciting and vibrant place to visit, live and work in. It has a lifeblood coursing through it, consisting of its industry, commerce, education establishments, shops, housing and the desire of its residents to develop a sense of community here. Other model villages are preserved in the …[Click Here To Read More]