An exhibition focusing on the impact of the 19th-century temperance movemen is now on display at the People's History Museum, Manchester.
Drawing on local and national collections, the exhibition focuses on the everyday experiences and concerns of working people and their families around drink and abstinence and brings these themes to life through historical artefacts, archive film footage and oral histories.
Demon Drink? Temperance and the Working Class is on display at the People's History Museum, Manchester, until 24 February 2014 and admission is free. Find out more at the museum's website