Book now for this special guided walk devised by the Wilderspin National School and the Ropewalk as part of their Historic Barton project.
This family trail is designed to engage children with some of the town’s historic buildings and show the grownups how to use the new Historic Barton heritage trail phone app.
It starts at the Wilderspin National School and ends at the Ropewalk – lasting about two hours. There are surprises at each of the buildings where we stop – including historical characters, a secret garden and short stories which bring the past to life.
All you need is good footwear, a sense of adventure and an appetite for juice and biscuits at the end of the trail when we’ll show you how to download and use the phone app.
Tickets are now on sale for the New County Choir Spring Concert “Tsunami Requiem” by Chris Williams, with children’s choir, brass, organ and percussion. Also being performed are: Serenade to Music by Ralph Vaughan Williams, and Laudate Dominum by Julian Savory. The Musical Director is Stan Kell.
The concert is on Sunday 9th April at 7.30pm at the Joseph Wright Hall (DN18 5QP) adjacent to the school musuem (Tel. 01652 635172).
Tickets are just £6 and can be bought in advance from the museum, or they can be bought on the door.