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Proceed to Bridgnorth on the A454, cross the bridge, turn left following the road round past the Severn Valley Railway and turn right at junction into High Town main street. Turn left onto B473 then right after approx ½ mile at sewage works. Follow road for approx 1 mile past the golf course and turn left into Stanley Hall drive. It will be marked with a sign saying “WSA”. Bring picnic.
Free parking and toilet facilities on site. Picturesque mansion on the edge of the Severn Gorge.
Take A454 road to Bridgnorth, at the island (past Shipley & Gardenland) turn right onto B4176 look out for the Folley Inn approx 2 miles on right, almost opposite turn left through white gates into the venue. Bring picnic. Parking and toilet facilities on site. Home of Julia Timmins.
Take A449 road to Kidderminster turn left at Wombourne traffic island just onto Sedgley Road, the entrance to The Wodehouse is approx 500 yards on the right. Bring Picnic.
Contributions to National Garden Scheme. Parking and toilet facilities on site.
Horses, dogs, donkeys, old buildings and views over the Smestow Valley. It is advisable not to wear your best shoes. Follow Bridgnorth Road A454 through Compton, [past the Mermaid pub and take right turn at next traffic lights to Jenny Walkers Lane, Billy Wilson’s is on the left. If you reach the next set of traffic lights, you’ve missed it! Bring picnic.
Admission £8.10 adult, £4.90 children, members of English Heritage FREE.
Refreshments and toilet facilities on site.
A beautiful Georgian Manor with panoramic views over the Worfe valley.
Turn off the Bridgnorth Road (A454) at the Wheel Inn. The entrance to Davenport House is on the left opposite the road into Worfield Village. Bring picnic.
Charity collection £2.50.
Admission to mill £3.50 – free parking, cafe and toilet facilities on site.
Proceed to Bridgnorth and cross the bridge. Turn left, do not take the road to High Town almost immediately turn left on to B4363 and then left again almost immediately onto the B4555. The Mill is on the right approx half mile. Refreshments available.
Take the A41 from Wolverhampton to Albrighton through Cosford, to junction 3 of M54, cross the motorway and take the Whitchurch exit on to A41, turn first left signposted to Shifnal, go under the motorway and turn left at signport Ruckly/Neachley, then first right at Timlet Lodge (stone dogs on wall), follow drive keeping lake on your right to car park. Bring picnic.
Discussion and talk by Keith Oram alogside the first screening of the Art Party Video.
Wolverhampton artists and makers welcome the public into their studios for a unique glimpse into these creative spaces
Opening Ceremony and Celebration of the history of the Society 1919 to 2019.
The Launch of the Centenary Book celebrating the history and alumni of Wolverhampton Society of Artists.
An exhibition celebrating 100 years of the Society, showing the work of both its Alumni and current members together with a fascinating insight into the art world around the time the Society was formed.
Please see Wolverhampton Art Gallery opening times.
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