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20 March 20193-day / 2-night visit to Liverpool
28 February 2019 Visit to Brampton Bryan Hall
05 December 2018Visit to 'Whistler and Nature' Exhibition at Compton Verney
03 December 2018Talk and Festive Tea: The Twelve Day of Christmas Peter Medhurst
26 November 2018EDWARD BURNE-JONES EXHIBITION AT TATE BRITAIN
12 October 2018Tour and Tea at Millichope Park (self drive)
24 September 2018National Memorial Arboretum
26 July 2018Moseley Old Hall
04 June 2018Visit to Rodmarton Arts & Crafts House
23 May 2018SCAGLIOLA DEMONSTRATION
10 May 2018Visit to Leicester and King Richard III Visitor Centre
10 April 2018TALK AND TEA The Great Exhibition of 1851
07 December 2017'Talk and Tea' A History of Christmas Cards, Valentines and Postcards
22 November 2017Birmingham Royal Ballet Rehearsal of The Nutcracker
17 November 2017Visit to Wightwick Manor
06 October 2017An Evening of Art and Music at Wrekin College
28 September 2017Coach Visit to Ludlow
19 July 2017Talk and Tea: The History of Pottery
14 June 2017Barber Institute of Fine Arts and Winterbourne House and Garden
11 May 2017Hodnet Hall Gardens & Combermere Abbey
25 April 2017Talk and Coffee Visit to All Saints Church, Claverley
04 April 2017Birmingham's Artistic Renaissance: a guided walk with Dr Sally Hoban
01 December 2016'Talk and Tea' Rescuing Zeugma from the Floodwaters of the Euphrates
26 October 2016Piano and Organ Recital at St Mary's, Bridgnorth
30 September 2016Behind the Scenes at Cosford
07 September 2016Compton Verney
26 July 2016Walk and Talk:Weston Park
29 June 2016Visit to Madresfield House and the Morgan Car Factory
21 June 2016Visit to Birmingham Royal Ballet Rehearsal
25 April 2016The Elton Collection
16 April 2016Westminster
29 February 2016Talk and Tea
02 December 2015House and Hound: Dogs in the English Country House
02 November 2015La Traviata
01 October 2015Hardwick Hall
03 September 2015'Talk and Tea': behind the scenes at Birmingham Royal Ballet

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3-day / 2-night visit to Liverpool
Wednesday 20 March 2019

Following on from our very successful Day of Special Interest - The Art and Architecture of Liverpool, we are planning a 2 night / 3 day visit to Liverpool - 20-22 March 2019

The train to Liverpool from Wolverhampton takes around 1hr 20m – individuals will need to make their own travel arrangements to Liverpool and onward to their accommodation

Rooms have been reserved at the Crowne Plaza Hotel City Centre, Pier Head Liverpool L3 1QW for the nights of the 20 and 21 March. You will need to book by contacting the hotel directly Tel: 0151 243 8083/4 and mentioning that you are one of The Arts Society Wrekin Members to obtain the special rates of £110 per night for single occupancy, or £125 per night for double or twin occupancy including breakfast (now cheaper than Booking.com). There are alternative hotels in the area if you wish to make other arrangements. You will need to board the coach at the Crowne Plaza Hotel on days 2 & 3. Car parking (for Crowne Plaza guests) is available at £14 per day.

Adrian Sumner, lecturer for the DoSI, will be our guide. The provisional programme is:

 Wednesday 20 March 2pm: 

Meet at the Crowne Plaza, for a tour of the Museum of Liverpool and Tate Liverpool nearby.

5pm: Optional visit to George’s Dock Ventilation Shaft and Mersey Tunnel - spectacular Art Deco building with amazing engineering below ground. This visit involves a lot of climbing up and down stairs, so will not be suitable for those with walking, breathing or sight difficulties. We need a minimum of 15 to arrange this evening visit.

Thursday 21 March 9.30 am

  Depart by coach for One Place, Crosby to see Anthony Gormley statues, then on to Port Sunlight to visit the Village and Lady Lever Art Gallery - morning tea coffee and light lunch included.        

7pm:  Dinner at Crowne Plaza together with Adrian for all participants.

 Friday 22 March 9.30am:

coach to take us and luggage from Crowne Plaza to Walker Art Gallery.  Afternoon walking/coach tour around the centre of Liverpool looking at the architecture, including the two Cathedrals and other places of interest. 

Coach to drop off at Lime Street station if required for 4pm.  End of planned programme.

Members are responsible for their own travel / cancellation insurance.

 Places are limited to 25, so please register interest early if you wish to go.