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Exhibition of photographs by Jeremy Braund
Mirador’s heritage and arts programme, Behind The Wall, is a colourful story which reveals the remarkable history of the Lancaster textile empire, Standfast & Barracks site in Lancaster.
But this is no ordinary exhibition. In an unusual move, Mirador, a new Lancaster-based arts and heritage company, has attracted some of the country’s most creative minds to bring the Caton Road site’s story to life – from its birth as a carriage and wagon works and its role as an internment camp in World War One to its nine decades as an international fabric printing company.
Associated events include a lunchtime talk on March 10 and walking tour of the exhibition on April 7 (both at 1pm and free but must be booked in advance on 01524 64637), and a free drop in family workshop with Bonker*s & Clutterbucks on March 25 from 11am-3pm.
Closed on Mondays
Get some hands on advice about binoculars and telescopes from our friendly, impartial team. Have the chance to try them outdoors. Normal admission charges apply to non-members visiting the reserve, no additional charges for event.
Pizza Margherita’s upstairs art gallery art@margherita present artworks by Priscilla Jones, Alice Mulvany and Kirsten Jones.
01524 36333 www.pizza-margerhita.co.uk
Get fit this autumn in Williamson Park!
Join Russell Hawkesford every Saturday at 10:30am and be put through your paces in Williamson Park!
Please meet at the bottom of the Ashton Memorial, sessions cost £3 for adults and £2 for under 16s.
Meet the Keeper and learn out about the life cycles and habitats of the inhabitants in the Butterfly House and Mini Beast Cave.
An exhibition of etchings , collagraphs and paintings by artist Denise Keen-Junk at Britain’s first microgallery https://www.facebook.com/denise.keenjunkartist
An evening of tunes, songs and stories from the Gypsy, Romany and Traveller communities of Lancashire and beyond. Traditional tunes and songs from Cumbrian Bill Lloyd and the inspiring Simon Doyle Family Band.
New songs giving an insight into the Morecambe traveller community written by Leroy Lupton, Ben Farmer and Pete Moser following visits and sessions to sites and homes in the summer of 2016. Stories from young women who were part of the Peer Education Project run by Dukes Theatre. See short films made about their lives and be part of a Q & A session.