Monthly Archives: July 2019

School’s Out – Summer Fun for Kids

We’ve been having fun creating Mr. Wilderspin’s Playground in miniature – in a wheelbarrow!

Children aged 5-13 can explore Mr. Wilderspin’s Garden then make something for their own garden to take home – and enter something in this year’s Barton Annual Horticultural Show on 10 August at Trinity Church.

These led sessions are every Thursday from 25 July, between 2pm and 3pm.

£4 per single session or £3.50 per multiple sessions.

Children under 8 must be accompanied by an adult.

Tel (01652) 635172 to book.




Pretty Pleasing Plants

Thursdays 25 July & 15 August, 2 – 3pm, please book

Use plants to make something for your own garden and take home a plant to care for at home


Birds and Bugs

Thursdays 1 & 22 August, 2 – 3pm, please book

Choose something to make for you own garden to look after the birds and insects


Mini Gardening

Thursdays 8 & 29 August, 2 – 3pm, please book

Make a miniature garden and take home a miniature plant

Posted on:22nd July 2019

Little Green Fingers

Drop-in fun for young, budding gardeners in partnership with Barton Allotment Society to create something to enter in this year’s Annual Horticultural Show (on 10th August) – each Thursday – Sunday between 11am – 3pm throughout the summer holiday, starting on the 25th July.


Also – Weekly led- sessions on Thursdays at 2pm from 25th July.

Tel (01652) 635172 for more details and to book.

Posted on:22nd July 2019

Learn Karate

Weekly classes by Tadashi Ryu Karate Do on Saturdays 10am-11am in the Joseph Wright Hall

Contact James Davey 07960 277590 or Facebook @tadashiryukaratedo

Posted on:15th 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