Each year Weston Museum plays host to a number of events which provide opportunities for both enthusiasts and families to enjoy a great day out.
“One Head Many Crowns” by Dr John Kirkhope examines the role of Queen Elizabeth II as Queen, Duke of Lancaster, Head of the Commonwealth, Head of the Church of England, mother, grandmother and great grandmother.
Weston Museum’s monthly ‘Tea and Talk’ usually takes place on the 3rd Saturday of the month and features a wide variety of subjects and speakers from our wonderful band of volunteers. Enjoy a short talk followed by a drink and some cake, with the opportunity for an informal chat with the speaker.
There is no need to book ahead and the small charge of £3 includes tea or coffee as well as some of the delicious homemade cake, baked on site at the museum in Claras’s Cafe.
Future topics will be announced on our Facebook page (@westonmuseum)
The Friends of Weston Museum host regular talks on topics of local historical interest. December’s event will be ‘A Festive Evening with the Friends’
Talks are free to members of the Friends (details of how to join can be found on the Friends page), a small fee on the door applies to non-members.