Sunday, 13 September 2009

Quex bell tower and Pugin’s Grange open today.

Just in case you were wondering what to do today a couple of local buildings that are normally closed are open to the public, as far as I know entry is free.

This is part of The 2009 Heritage Open Days see

The Grange is well worth a look at click on the links for pictures (not very good) of previous open days

you may also find these pictures of the collapse of Pugin’s gallery in 1947 interesting.

It is some time since I went up the bell tower at Quex Park and if I have any pictures I can’t find them

1 comment:

  1. Thanks for the info have spent a very agreeable time at Pugin's Grange.


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