A busy time in the Museum and Park
Commemoration at 11am on 11th November. The Garden to be dedicated in 2015.
The Heritage Memorial Garden looking beautiful in the snow, December 2014.
Dr Rudrum talking about WW1 poetry.
A very full room for this, the third of the lectures held in the Woodhead Hall this Autumn. Another series is planned.
The Tea & Cake Wednesday afternoon group on a personal tour of the museum.
They had a well attended Christmas Party with a quiz and festive entertainment.
The Christmas Fair on 21st November was a great success with over 650 people coming to browse the stalls, enjoy the Christmas music by the Accordian & Concertina Band, talk to five local authors and sample the refreshments. Father Christmas arrived in his splendid Classic Car. He was joined by the drivers of two other Classic Cars.
Friends of Tolson Museum & Ravensknowle – Great Tolson Bake Off
Tolson Museum, Wakefield Road, Huddersfield
Saturday 21st March 2015
1pm – 4pm
You are invited to create one or more of the following:
- A Frugal cake using ingredients from 2nd World War
- Celebrate music in Huddersfield
- An insect (for up to 12 year olds)
Best of luck, see you on 21st March.
Please bring your cake with an entry form. Also required is list of ingredients and the method used to create your cake.
Judging from 2.30pm
Forms from Tolson museum, T&Cake, Almondbury and Ann, details below.
Judges – Stephen & Tracy Jackson
As part of the Heritage Memorial Garden project ‘Friends’ are collecting memories of living in Huddersfield during wartime and memories of service in conflicts since 1945. We already have some really good memories but are still after more. Could you or members of your family contribute? We don’t want to lose our experiences of wartime.
Tea & Cake
Wednesday afternoons 2.00 – 3.30 at the Tolson Museum
14th January. Memories of living in Huddersfield during WW2..
11th February. Sitting and exercising with Pam Cicero.
Bowling green to the rear of Tolson available at all these meetings.[sc:aboutfriends]