Welcome to the Wilderspin National School
The school is a family-friendly museum that welcomes visitors of all ages to experience a slice school life in a bygone age.
Located in Barton-upon-Humber, the school museum offers, through role-play, hands-on exhibits and talks, an authentic and memorable experience of teaching in the 19th and 20th centuries.
News and Events
Every Word Counts
Thursday 5 – 26 March, 7pm – 9m
Four weeks creative writing course led by local writer Sue Wilsea.
Fee: £28 Tel. 07985 377539 or (01652) 660413 or email email@example.com
Sing with a Swing Tuesday
Tuesday 24th March, 2pm
Enjoy a sing-along over afternoon tea (and a dance if the urge takes you! ) with music from the 1920s-40s. Cost: £3
Table Top and Book Sale
Saturday 28 March, 11am – 3pm
White elephants, small domestic items and books on sale – as part of fund raising for further restoration of the School.
Telephone (01652) 635172 to reserve your table to recycle your unwanted bric-a-brac.
Saturday 28 March – Sunday 12 April
It’s back – our Easter hunt with a difference – for all the family to enjoy! Grab a basket then hunt for clues to test your family’s eggcyclopaedic knowledge in the School Library.
Fun for the eggheads in the family. Price to shell out: £2 per basket.
Palm Sunday Easter Concert
tbc Sunday 29th March New County Choir concert in the Wilderspin Room.