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OK Painters is a small group of local aspiring artists based in Over Kellet. We invite you to visit our first exhibition in which we showcase a selection of our paintings which we hope you will enjoy.
OK Painters Art Exhibition – Link Gallery
Wed 2nd Jan 10:00 – Fri 29th Mar 16:00
OK Painters is a small group of local aspiring artists based in Over Kellet. This is their first exhibition which will showcase a selection of their paintings for you to enjoy.
Exhibition runs from 5th January to 29th March 2019.
Come and marvel at J.M.W. Turner’s ‘Picturesque views in England and Wales. It is arguably the finest and most ambitious series of British topographical engravings ever produced on copper.
Free admission for local residents or £3 adults, £2 concessions. (Includes entry to Maritime Museum)
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.
An exhibition of new work by Young Maeng. Also open by appointment Tel: 07743238663
Morecambe Bay’s Hidden Heritage:
An exhibition that showcases thestories, memories and archaeology of Morecambe Bay’s past, as uncovered by theBay’s communities over the last 5 years, comes to Lancaster.
Saturday 10 November – Sunday 24February 2019 open 12 – 4pm
MorecambeBay is a place like no other. Withstunning sands, vast skies, majestic views and wild places, a landscape thathas captivated us all. Hidden within it are mysterious ruins jutting fromshifting sands, ancient archaeology sites, historical puzzles and tantalizingtales.
Using exciting new digital technologies alongsidetraditional research techniques Morecambe Bay Partnership and the Bay’scommunities have helped unearth some of the Bay’s lesser known maritime,industrial and archaeological stories. New facts have emerged, myths andlegends explored, ancient sites revealed, and spellbinding memories collected.
This exhibition, openingat Lancaster Maritime Museum on 10 November, celebrates the unsung yetextraordinary lives of people from all corners of the Bay and presents somefascinating new discoveries about the Bay’s industrial and maritime past, thepeople who called it home and explores the wild, wonderful andyet warmly human nature of this unique and spectacular corner of Britain.