Visits  Wednesday, 10th April, 2019 The Higgins Museum, Bedford and John Bunyan’s house The Higgins Bedford is Bedford's art gallery and museum. It's a place to explore collections of fine & decorative arts, world- class watercolours, local stories and find out about great Bedfordians. Changing exhibitions mean there is always something new to see. Click here for the Higgins Museum web site John Bunyan wrote a book that transformed literature, and inspired people the world over; The Pilgrim’s Progress. Imprisoned for his beliefs, as a prisoner of conscience, his books and personal example helped transform the way ordinary people worshipped, empowering them and their communities. From rural Bedfordshire to world-renown, from pulpit to prison, and from fiery sermons to tales of great beasts and giants – his life and times make for an amazing and colourful story. Click here for the John Bunyan Museum web site. Click here for a booking form and further details. Wednesday, 25th September, 2019 Birmingham Art Gallery and Museum and A Visit to the “Back to Backs” World class museum in the heart of Birmingham city centre. Click here for the Birmingham Art Gallery web site Carefully restored, atmospheric 19th-century courtyard of working people's houses Click here for the National Trusts Back to Back houses Further details later
 The Arts Society Rutland
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Visits   Wednesday, 10th April, 2019 The Higgins Museum, Bedford and John Bunyan’s house The Higgins Bedford is Bedford's art gallery and museum. It's a place to explore collections of fine & decorative arts, world-class watercolours, local stories and find out about great Bedfordians. Changing exhibitions mean there is always something new to see. Click here for the Higgins Museum web site John Bunyan wrote a book that transformed literature, and inspired people the world over; The Pilgrim’s Progress. Imprisoned for his beliefs, as a prisoner of conscience, his books and personal example helped transform the way ordinary people worshipped, empowering them and their communities. From rural Bedfordshire to world-renown, from pulpit to prison, and from fiery sermons to tales of great beasts and giants – his life and times make for an amazing and colourful story. Click here for the John Bunyan Museum web site. Booking forms Wednesday, 25th September, 2019 Birmingham Art Gallery and Museum and A Visit to the “Back to Backs” World class museum in the heart of Birmingham city centre. Click here for the Birmingham Art Gallery web site Carefully restored, atmospheric 19th-century courtyard of working people's houses Click here for the National Trusts Back to Back houses Further details later
Web site and mobile phone pages designed, created and maintained by Janet Groome Handshake Computer Training
The Arts Society Rutland