Bridgwater's Blake Museum
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The temporary exhibition has been extended and new photos added. Bridgwater Remembered
features a selection of photographs reproduced from the museum's extensive collection.
This exhibition will finish on Sat. 30 May 2015
The Museum is open from Tuesday to Saturday 10.00am - 4.00pm
Last admittance is at 3.00pm.
Entry is FREE
The Blake Museum Bridgwater is established:
- to rescue from loss and destruction the relics of our ancestors;
- to collect, preserve, conserve and to show relics of history relating (principally but not exclusively) to Bridgwater and its immediate surroundings;
- to show visitors that Bridgwater is not indifferent to its own history;
- to interest visitors in what has happened in Bridgwater since it was granted its first Royal Charter in the reign of King John;
- to give the townspeople of Bridgwater pride in their past;
- to reveal that great events have taken place within the town and adjacent areas and set them in the context of the history of England;
- to honour the lives of great men and women who have lived or been associated with the town, and, in particular but not exclusively, Robert Blake.
13 January 2015
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