The Salisbury Museum is opening a new exhibition of work by the watercolourist Albert Goodwin – Visionary Landscapes on 25 January and the exhibition runs until 18 April 2020. The work on show includes ravishing watercolours of landscapes from around England, many of which are still recognisable today.
Invitation to Circles Café pre-view, Thursday 21st November, 4-6pm
You might have been wondering for months what magic is going on behind the heras fencing around the Circles Café in the farmyard. We are really excited to finally be able to lift the curtains and invite the local community together with our staff and volunteers to a sneak preview of the amazing transformation of the space. This will be a very informal drop-in event. Please be aware that some works will still be going on; but we wanted to give you all the opportunity to view our new café before it opens to the public the following weekend. Please pop in any time between 4-6pm.
I very much hope to see you there.
Very best wishes,
National Trust Wiltshire Landscape
Wiltshire At War: Community Stories is a five-year project exploring how the First World War shaped lives and landscapes across Wiltshire’s towns and villages between 1914 and 1918.
To add your family story or explore those already shared with the project visit: http://www.wiltshireatwar.org.uk/
Five themed exhibitions are available free of charge to museums, heritage centres, community organisations and schools, with educational resources and handling boxes on request. To find out more or book an exhibition email: firstname.lastname@example.org or Call: 01249 705500.