Our purpose is simple: to tell the story of the Rowntree family:
their business, their passion for reform, and their legacy.




RT @UoYBorthwick: 1919 passports asked some fairly personal questions about appearance as well... #miscdocuments https://t.co/c2YiJRPfCg
RT @JordansVillage: Rowntree Cottages in Jordans Village, images circa 1923 @oniropolis @ST_Bournville @rowntreesoc https://t.co/9XnPq4t5s5
RT @JordansVillage: Early Jordans Estate map by Fred Rowntree proposed positions for a Village Inn & School @ST_Bournville @rowntreesoc htt…
RT @theyorkmix: Meet the Poopinator! Machine clean ups after Rowntree Park geese https://t.co/Q3CRRVBVaX https://t.co/6qpOscrrrW
An industrial reformer from Birmingham who's name is not Cadbury https://t.co/DUGH2T3UFp
RT @BoothamJennyO: Boys going to Marygate baths, York in 1900s, from next in series on leisure activities https://t.co/kzIiqTnccp https://t…
1822 JR I from Scarborough buys a disused building Pavement on his 21st birthday to open a grocery business.https://t.co/atAr8GUj2k
So don't follow us too quickly to allow us time to get our facts straight.
Thanks to all our 1822 followers. We're starting our Followers Timeline, to record a Rowntree history fact for each new follower up to 1988.
1822 to 1988 covers the full span of Rowntree history in #York. That's the timeline to go on our website when done https://t.co/pTQzGBrc8f