Rejoice! For Easter 2019, the must-be-seen-to-be-believed 4m Cosmic Egg returns to Easter at the Andrew Logan Museum of Sculpture (ALMoS)!
Bring the whole family for activity trails, Museum mini-egg hunt, shop, café and explore Berriew’s sparkling, glittering treasure trove.
The weather may be gloomy, but ALMoS is guaranteed to brighten your Easter.
The museum is open 12 – 4pm on Easter Saturday, Sunday and Monday, and then Saturdays and Sundays throughout June, July, August and September and by arrangement. Entry is £3.00 (concs £1.50). Family tickets £8. ALMoS is also available for ceremonies and private hires.
To celebrate the 75th Anniversary of D Day (6th June 1944) we are holding a weekend of activities as follows:
Friday 31st May: Play – “Meet Tommy Atkins” at the Church House Welshpool 7.30pm. Adm £10 to include nibbles. Bring your own drink and enjoy the tale of how Tommy returns from the Somme (WW1) his Second World War and into the 1950s.
Saturday 1st June: Corn Exchange (Town Hall) Welshpool 10am – 1pm – D Day Exhibition. This will include Ex service organisation stands, Spitfire fund tombola, Welshpool at war photo display, memorabilia displays, etc. Admission free but donations welcome.
Followed by the Big Screen showing of the Welshpool celebrations to mark the 50th anniversary of VEVJ Day in 1995.
Sunday 2nd June 12noon – 5pm OPEN HOUSE & GARDEN at No1 Church Bank Welshpool. As recently featured on S4C. Admission £5 to include tea & cakes.
Please share.The deluge can’t last forever. Why not celebrate the end of it by joining us at a fabulous, community, midsummer, musical celebration? There’ll be lots of faces you’ll know and lots of music you’ll love. Just click on the poster image.“Joseph Horovitz’s delightful score, written in 1970 to words by Michael Flanders, about Noah and his Ark. It’s a delightful piece full of wit and charm, and will appeal to children and adults alike”.
The Andrew Logan Museum of Sculpture in Berriew, welcomes The Derek Harrison Band on Saturday 22 June 2019.
Stunning boogie piano will meld with Fats Waller influences as Derek (Piano / Vocal) amusingly reflects on his New Orleans, Los Angeles and QM2 experiences and brings stardust Jazz Standards to twinkle the exhibits at ALMoS. Stuart Tanner on bass, dynamic drummer Graham ‘Rockit’ Ashley and, bringing his Chet Baker and John Coltrane influences, trumpeter Stan Williams complete this versatile swinging line-up. Also included is a light supper of Gumbo and Cornbread.
“This is a completely new line-up for the Museum”, said ALMoS administrator, Anne-Marie Pope, “I can’t wait to hear all Derek’s stories, the amazing playing and the fantastic food – it will be a wonderfully entertaining evening.”
The Derek Harrison Band will play at 8.15pm, shortly after doors open at 8pm. Tickets are £12.50 in advance, £15 on the door, with reductions for under 16’s and free for under 10’s (where they do not require a seat). Advance tickets can be bought from the Andrew Logan website (http://andrew-logan.myshopify.com/collections/tickets-for-events), or in person at either the Museum, at The Lion Hotel, Berriew or at R H Bunners on Arthur Street in Montgomery.
The Andrew Logan Museum of Sculpture opened in Berriew in 1991 and celebrated an auspicious 25 year Silver anniversary in 2016. The museum is open 12 – 4pm on Saturdays and Sundays throughout June, July, August and September and by arrangement. Usual entry to the Museum is only £3.00 (Concs £1.50 / Family £8). For more information contact the Museum direct on 01686 640 689 or email@example.com.
A new and exciting theatrical train ride. See surprising things as you travel along the line!
A unique event involving 100s of actors, singers and musicians. As your carriage goes slowly by the drama will unfold!
Sit back and enjoy a very unusual theatrical occasion. 5 trains on the day, tickets can only be booked by telephone 01938 810441
See wllr.org.uk for more info
Join us for an 8 mile sponsored walk along the Welshpool canal for the children and families of Hope House!
The walk is free to enter, open to all and a fabulous day out for the whole family. There is no minimum sponsorship, but we do ask all our wonderful walkers to raise as much as you can to help us continue to be here for the children in our care.
We will start at 10am outside the Hope House shop in Welshpool (at the top end of the Tesco car park) and walk to the halfway point of The Horseshoes Inn at Berriew where you will be able to buy bacon butties to fuel your way back to the finish line and your hard-earned medal. Registration opens at 9.30am.
The incredible Teresa Thomas, one of our Hope House mums, organised our first ever Welshpool Canal Walk in 2016. After she sadly passed away in 2017, we have continued her wonderful legacy by walking in her memory ever since. We invite anyone who is up to the challenge to step out with us in memory of Tease, as she was affectionately known, and walk in her footsteps. You are also very welcome to join us to walk in memory or celebration of your own loved ones or simply for the children of Hope House.