Peter Leech has had an incredibly distinguished career in the field of music. Among his many achievements are directing the City of Oxford Choir and being conductor of the Bristol Bach Choir.
Alongside the highly respected local historian John Crockford-Hawley he will be giving a talk about Churches and Church Music in Victorian Weston-super-Mare.
Tickets cost £5 and are available by either popping into the museum or by calling 01934 621028.
Join us in the beautiful museum courtyard for an evening of fine entertainment.
The Weston Light Orchestra is a small, salon orchestra of 18 or so players, with an enthusiasm for light music in the Grand Hotel and Palm Court style, West End musicals, Broadway shows, songs from the Silver Screen, and light classics up to the present day.
Showcase of local archaeology including: a local history fair, object identification and metal detected finds, Iron Age spinning and weaving by costumed demonstrators, join the Young Archaeologists’ ‘Rusty’ Club and drop in children’s activities. Find out about the ‘Know Your Place’ digital mapping project, led by museum volunteers and funded by a National Lottery Heritage fund, Sharing Heritage grant and Great Weston Heritage Action Zone in partnership with North Somerset Council.