The Museum’s Millennium Embroidery on show in Bath & Bradford


Millennium Embroidery

King John’s royal visit in 1216

Bradford on Avon Museum’s Millennium Embroidery is going to be on display at the Friends Meeting House in York  Street, Bath from 2nd until 16th August, Mondays to Saturdays from 10am to 4pm.

It will join there some of the panels of the famous Quaker Tapestry, other panels of which will be displayed in Bath Abbey for the same period.

Admission is free, but donations are welcome.

The next move on the Embroidery’s peregrinations was to take it back to Bradford.

It was to be on display in Holy Trinity Parish Church, from 18th August to 8th September, but work is to be carried on inside the church, with archaeological investigations that may answer questions about the building’s age.

Contact Ann Warren for more information if needed on 01225 868378.

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