Monthly Archives: July 2019

Another Victorian Music Hall Show

Our third variety show in the guise of Victorian music hall has a superb mix of music, comedy and spoken word to surpass previous successes!

There’s still time to plan your costume for a chance of winning a spot prize – or come as you please and watch instead!

Tickets for the show – on Friday 13 September as part of Heritage Open Days 2019 – are now on sale and are only £10 – all seats.

 

Posted on:29th July 2019

Victorian Music Hall Show

Book your pew, plan your costume and you’re ready to savour the variety of another  Victorian music hall show as part of Heritage Open Days 2019.

7.30pm, Joseph Wright Hall, first floor (stair access)

Bar & doors open 6.30pm

Adults £10.  Tel. (01652) 635172 to book – tickets on sale now.

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Posted on:29th July 2019

Civic Society trip to Grantham

Join our volunteers and members of the Barton Civic Society, celebrating its fiftieth anniversary, on a trip to the Lincolnshire town of Grantham to follow Grantham Civic Society’s Blue Plaque Trail including the Grade 1 listed Old Kings School which Isaac Newton attended.

Everything is within easy walking distance of our coach drop off, and there will be time to explore the shops and sites independently.

Tickets are £20 and can be booked at the Wilderspin National School Museum (01652 635172).

Departure 08.30 from the Wilderspin National School, Queen Street – free car parking available.

Posted on:29th July 2019

Civic Society visit to Grantham

You are invited to join our volunteers and members of Barton Civic Society on its annual trip – to the Lincolnshire town of Grantham.

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  • Grade 1 listed Old Kings School which Isaac Newton attended
  • Historic Market Place, Market Cross and the Old Conduit
  • St Wulfram’s Church and the Trigg Library – maybe the oldest public library in the country.
  • The Angel & Royal Hotel – one of the oldest inns in the country and visited by several kings – and a great place to buy lunch
  • Grantham Museum with displays about Margaret Thatcher, Isaac Newton and special exhibitions including one about the Dambusters raids

Everything is within easy walking distance of our coach drop off, and there will be time to explore the shops and sites independently.

Tickets are £20 and can be booked at the Wilderspin National School Museum (01652 635172).

Departure 8.30am from the Wilderspin National School, Queen Street – free car parking available.  Return by 5.30pm.

Posted on:29th July 2019

Old Masters – Remastered – 11am opening on Friday 5 July

We hope you’ll understand …

The exhibition room is in use for a pre-booked Yoga session.

The Old Masters – Remastered exhibition will open at 11am.

Some paintings are on display in the central lobby, and the Samuel Wilderspin portraits are on display in the Wilderspin School Museum.

The Old School Canteen coffee shop is open in the Museum also.

Posted on:2nd July 2019