Bring out your creative side at their brand-new ceramic workshop for adults. You can make something useful, decorative, quirky, for someone’s birthday, anniversary or christening or just for yourself.
There will be plenty of help & tips available, all in a lovely friendly atmosphere. Come and join us for a nice relaxing afternoon.
Items will take up to 4 weeks to dry, fire and glaze.
The workshop is £5 per person (plus small charge for glaze, incs admission) and places should be booked by calling 01952 433 970.
5th May -13 May 2018
IRONBRIDGE WALKING FESTIVAL
A great opportunity to see the Ironbridge gorge and surrounding area. Over 50 guided free walks for all abilities. For more information and to book your place email firstname.lastname@example.org
June 1 Friday OPEN AIR THEATRE: WUTHERING HEIGHTS
Shropshire's Hotbuckle Productions will be returning to Blists Hill Victorian Town on 1 June with their inspired version of Emily Brontë's Wuthering Heights.
6.30pm - Doors open and people can enjoy their own picnics on the green 7.30pm - Performance starts 9.30pm – Depart
Tickets £12 adults £10 concessions
Tickets will be available soon.
Blists Hill Victorian Town - 2 June Evening
THE QUEEN VICTORIA CYCLOCROSS
The UK’s top cyclocross riders will ride modern bikes through Blists Hill Victorian Town as part of a challenging cycling event. The exciting Queen Victoria Cyclo-Cross will attract in excess of 300 of the UK’s top riders.
The Museum will once again teamed up with the organisers of Newport’s famous Nocturne cycle race and will host this unique urban cyclo-cross event on the evening of Saturday 2 June.
Visitors to the event will be able to see some of the best cyclists from around the country taking part in some unusual and formidable challenges across the recreated Victorian town. In between races you’ll be able to wander around the Town and explore the industrial monuments and landmarks of the 52-acre site.
Previous editions have been very successful, and the event was described in Cycling Weekly magazine as “Britain’s Craziest Bike Race”! This year the unique and challenging course retains the fearsome Hay Inclined Plane.
The gates open at 5.15pm and the first race will start at 6pm; spectators are welcome for a small charge, payable at the gate; children under 16 will be free of charge and must be accompanied by an adult. Ironbridge Gorge Museum Passports are not valid for this evening event and dogs are allowed, but strictly on a lead.