Wednesday, June 8th at 7pm in Wells Museum 

Dr Philip Hickman will talk about “The history and architecture of Wells Cathedral”.

 

Members and guests welcome, refreshments available.

Contact chris.f.winter@btinternet.com if you would like a lift or company to walk to / from the venue

                           Wednesday, July 13th at 6.30pm in Wells Museum Garden

 

 

 

 

Join us in the Museum garden (inside if wet) for our traditional Summer Social.

Local strawberries and some bubbly shared with friends old and new Members

are very welcome to bring friends.

                                                                       Saturday 11th June at 7pm in St. Thomas

 

After a two-year Covid break the Summer Serenade Concert is back in St. Thomas to raise much needed funds for the Wells in Mosaic project - a unique & ambitious 6m diameter mosaic depicting the history of our City.

 

The Concert will feature a number of local musicians performing a relaxed program of music on the theme of Love, with a variety of instruments and voices and music from Handle to Flanders and Swann.

 

Tickets £12.50 in advance, £15 on the door, Children under 14 £1. Raffle and bar available.

 

Tickets available from St. Thomas Church Office (Mon - Thu: 9:30 to 12:30) & contact@wellsinmosaic.org or 07718 124710

 

Rehearsals and preparations are well advanced - join us for what will be a delightful evening of entertainment.

 

 

 

 

 

                                                                                                                           

 

                                                                                                                          Musicians: l-r:  Ian Ames White, Ruth Ames White,                                                                                                                                                      Byron Joce and Helen Lunt

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We continue to support Wells in Mosaic by reporting Ruth’s progress on social media and in the local press, especially now that she has made significant progress during lockdown, but is now able  to open the Studio for visits (by appointment).

Work on the Neighbourhood Plan has started again and regular updates will be posted.

The programme of Plaques awarded locally continues to acknowledge places and people of note in the City.

The research project into housing growth with the Alliance of Historic Cathedral Cities and Towns (ACT) supported by Historic England is able to begin again and progress will be reported here.

For information about events or other activities or if you would like to suggest speakers or events please contact me at chris.f.winter@btinternet.com  or on 01749 673610 or complete the form below

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