Read all about it … our WW1 Exhibition Open Day at The Met!

Oliver

Oliver

We were thrilled to meet everyone who joined us for our Exhibition Open Day at The Met on Saturday. Despite the wet weather folks kept turning up to view the artwork, hear the readings and sample the cakes and biscuits baked from a cookbook published in 1916!

Scotch Shortbread

Scotch Shortbread

It was lovely to welcome the mayor of Bury and her Consort – she was fantastic and so appreciative of the hard work and talent which has gone into creating such a unique and striking art exhibition.

Mayor of Bury with her consort

Mayor of Bury with her Consort

We would like to express a huge thank you to all our volunteers who made the event so special – your dedication and support is always appreciated. Also thanks to Oliver for his entertaining renditions of poetry and prose. All of the pieces read out have provided inspiration for the artwork on display.

Volunteer, Lisa Johnson

Volunteer, Lisa Johnson

Finally, a big thank you to Wendy and her team from Delicious at The Fusiliers; the cakes, biscuits and lemonade went down a treat with our visitors – all tasted absolutely scrumptious!

Cherry Cake

Cherry Cake

For more information on  Bury Remembers the First World War please view our dedicated blog written and updated by Adam Carter.

 

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Wendy

Wendy

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