” The purest and most thoughtful minds are those which love colour the most.” John Ruskin I woke up on Thursday morning having dreamt about moving Ruskin Pottery around. Luckily my dream wasn’t a nightmare and I didn’t drop any in my sleep! Anyway the reason for this dream was that moving Ruskin Pottery around […]
‘I was born in Old England, near the foot of Hamstead Bridge, in the parish of Handsworth, about four miles from Birmingham, in Staffordshire, and according to my after-knowledge on the 20th or 21st day of August, in the year of our Lord 1745.’ Francis Asbury is a well know figure in American history and […]
Sandwell Museum sites open again from the beginning of April to general visitors after being closed since the end of the Christmas activities in December. This doesn’t mean however that museum staff have been sat around finishing off the last of the Christmas chocs since January. Not in the slightest – In fact the winter […]
News, stories and what’s going on behind the scenes. Wednesbury Museum The Manor House Museum Oak House Museum Galton Valley Pumping Station Haden Old Hall (next to Haden Hill House) Haden Hill House Bishop Asbury Cottage. The Art’s Cafe in Central Sixth.