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Events in December 2018

Special Events

Festive Winter Weekend

Saturday 01/12/2018
to
Sunday 02/12/2018
11am - 4:30pm
COST: Admission Free

Festive Winter Weekend
 

Celebrate the start of the festive season for our final open weekend of 2018 - after this we’ll be closed until 1st January for the Museum’s annual ‘deep clean’. Drop in and join us for a glass of mulled wine or spiced berry cordial, enjoy family-friendly craft activities, have a go at old fashioned parlour games, warm your vocal chords with carols, or follow an enchanted winter trail around the secret garden.

For full details of the weekend, please click here.

We look forward to seeing you!

Walks

Winter Bird Walk - Cancelled

Sunday 02/12/2018
10am
COST: Free

Winter Bird Walk - Cancelled
 

This event has been cancelled by the event guide.

Join Park Supervisor, Mike McCrea, for a guided walk around the park. Winter sees the return of the iconic redwing, fieldfare, siskin and an influx of robin, goldfinch and chaffinch. It’s also a great time to see birds because the trees are bare. Wrap up warm, wear sturdy boots or shoes and meet outside the Museum gates.

Select a date from the calendar to see what’s on.  We are closed on Mondays (except Bank Holidays and in August).

 
 
 
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From the Collection

View of Wallbridge, Stroud, c.1790, artist unknown. A popular painting on display in the Museum which shows Wallbridge in Stroud at a time when spinners and weavers worked at home in their cottages.

 
 

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