Kingswood Heritage Museum is pleased to announce its 2017 talks season. From April onwards the Museum will be hosting a series of monthly talks about subjects of interest to local people. These will range from the story of electricity in Bristol to the Clifton Rocks Railway – and the delights of day trips to the seaside!

The first of the series is to be held at the Museum on Monday10 April, commencing at 7.30pm, and is entitled “’elf and safety – fact or myth?”. The speaker will be Roy Ackrill, who used to be an inspector at the Health & Safety Executive, so comes with a store of knowledge about this controversial subject. For example, his fully illustrated talk will reveal the true story about banning conkers in schools!

A small entry fee of £3 will include refreshments. For more information contact the Museum, telephone 0117 960 5664, or via email at [email protected].

 The Museum is located in the former Champion Brass Works at Tower Lane, Warmley, Bristol BS30 8XT, just off Avon Ring Road (Cadbury Heath exit). Buses  19, 19A, 42 and 43 stop nearby.


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