Punters at a former Leeds pub are toasting their memories with a trip down memory lane.
The historic Shoulder of Mutton, in Chapel Allerton, was transformed into a community cafe.
The cafe is set to raise a glass to the building’s rich historic past by taking a trip down memory lane.
Inkwell Arts helped to breathe new life into the former public house that was built in the mid-17th century.
Over the centuries the Shoulder of Mutton has seen the community transform around it.
The suburb was once a luxury holiday retreat before it became a hive of activity following the Industrial Revolution.
Inkwell Arts is a Leeds Mind project based on developing creative skills as an integral part of the journey towards recovery from mental health issues.
The community cafe is asking people to share their memories and stories of the former pub as part of their latest exhibition Shoulder Stories .
Local artists and students will use a variety of mediums to delve into the historic building’s archives as part of the Love Arts Festival.
A spokeswoman said: “The exhibition will explore the building’s history as the unusually named ‘Shoulder of Mutton’ pub.
“Whilst the pub was transformed into Inkwell Arts three years ago, community still remains at the heart of the building.
“The exhibition invites the local community to explore the history of the building and to reflect on the stories of its former life as a pub.”
The exhibition will be officially opened on Sunday, October 6, and run until November 9.
All donations will go towards supporting the work of Inkwell Arts and Leeds Mind.