Bewdley Museum’s 2019 season blasts off this weekend with an exciting day of free entertainment for all the family.  

Naomi Hart’s Hotsy Totsy band will be performing live for visitors, crafts people will be demonstrating their skills and there will be special entertainment to keep the children happy. 

The opening will showcase a new ‘Orbiting the Earth’ exhibition, celebrating 50 years since the first Moon landings, with an expert on hand to answer questions.

Visitors will be able to view rock samples collected by the Apollo missions from the late 1960s and early 1970s.

The opening exhibition will also feature work from the ‘Ruskin in Wyre project’ which is supported by the Heritage Lottery Fund. The project is a joint collaboration between the Guild of St George and the Wyre Community Land Trust. 

The museum’s Garden Kitchen café will be offering Fairtrade, local and sustainable food. Visitors also have the opportunity to buy unique handcrafted gifts and merchandise from the museum shop.

All this action is taking place on Saturday 2 March, from 10am until 4.30pm.

Juliet Smith, Cabinet Member for Culture, Leisure and Community Protection said: “The event promises a day of fun for all the family with live entertainment and a chance to see rock samples from the first Moon landings. It really will be out of this world!”

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