Millennium Embroidery on display at the Tourist Information Centre


Bradford on Avon, Wiltshire


Millennium Embroidery

King John’s royal visit in 1216

Bradford on Avon Museum’s Millennium Embroidery has gone off for one of its periodic outings, this time to the town’s Tourist Information Centre.

The embroidery, which was stitched by a team of local people and finished in 2003, illustrates periods in the history of Bradford on Avon between the first and second millennia, based on specially-commissioned paintings by local artist, the late Jeanne Walpole.

It can be seen at the office, which is in Westbury Gardens, St Margaret’s Street. There is no admission fee.


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