Point Leamington Heritage Council
The Point Leamington Heritage Centre operates as an arm of the Point Leamington Town Council. The centre consists of two buildings which were moved to its current location, from elsewhere, in the community. One of the buildings has historic significance. It was the home of Aunt Ethel Woodworth, who was a midwife and tended to the births of over 500 babies in Point Leamington. The Centre is named in her honour as Aunt Ethel’s Kitchen.
The centre is the first building you see, as you enter Point Leamington. It is located by the Mill River and the beginning of Rowsell’s Hill Nature Trail. The building consist of a kitchen where coffee, tea and sweets are served. The other portion of the building has artifacts, genealogy information and other items of historical significance to the community.