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Upcoming Events

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Dunwich Museum May Activity - Thursday May 30th 12-4pm

Join us to try your hand at our erosion tray experiment and make your own bee and butterfly friendly seed-bombs!

Activity will be held in the yard behind the museum from 12-4pm

 

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D-Day Collaboration

Commemorate the 80th anniversary with Dunwich Museum, Dunwich Heath and Bawdsey Radar Museum. Our three heritage sites are collaborating to offer free entry and parking* on June 6th.

Collect the D-Day identity card, visit all three sites, learn about our WWII history, and collect our stamps.

*When Showing a stamp from one of the participating properties, or if it's your first visit, on receipt of this identity card.

Opening Times

Bawdsey Radar – 11am - 4pm

Dunwich Heath – 9am - 6pm

Dunwich Museum – 11.30am - 4.30pm

 


 

Past Sessions

 

 

 

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Dunwich Community Heritage Hub - The Way ForwardOctober Musuem Activities

 

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The Stones of Dunwich 2023

 

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Discover geology in the walls of Greyfriars, the Leper Chapel, and St James's Church.

A Geological Society of Norfolk event for GeoWeek2023 with Dr Ruth Siddall and Tim Holt-Wilson in partnership with Dunwich Museum.

The old walls of Dunwich are rich in local flint and exotic stone types, imported by sea or casually arriving as glacial boulders and ship's ballast. 

This day event will include an introduction to the geology of rock types - exotic and local - followed by an outing to look at the walls. 

SATURDAY JUNE 3RD

This event is free of charge but booking is essential via: 

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/the-stones-of-dunwich-tickets-565436805707 

For more information see the Eventbrite link or contact timholtwilson@gmail.com

 

Environmental Art Workshop

 

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Look at local geology and plants. Create your own art at Dunwich and Greyfriars Friary.

The workshop day includes a short presentation, looking under microscopes, and creating mixed-media art.

No experience is needed, suitable for ages 5+.  

SATURDAY JUNE 10th - 10.30am to 2.45pm 

Other dates: 

Saturday, July 15th

Thursday, August 10th

Saturday, August 12th

Wednesday, August 16th

Free of charge, donations are welcome!

Email to find out more or book a place: artbranches@icloud.com

 

Dunwich Future Past

 

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A Caroline Gay Way Play - The Bard of Dunwich with the Dunwich Drifters folk group

A time travel play with songs that link our climate change future with the city that drowned a thousand years ago, Britain's own Atlantis.

SATURDAY JUNE 10TH - 7.30pm in the Dunwich Reading Room

Donations of £10 cash or card reader include a drink

Card bookings 01728 648796 or on the door proceeds in aid of Dunwich Museum

Dunwich Summer Sale

Come check out local crafts, collectables, and bric-a-brac for sale! 

SATURDAY JULY 1ST - 11am to 5pm in the Reading Room and Field

Refreshments will be available all day in the Reading Room.

If you are interested in having a table at the sale, please email chronicles@dunwichmuseum.org.uk to find out more and book a spot.

October 2021 - Autumn Activities  

We walked through Greyfriars Woods to learn about the variety of plants and wildlife to be found in Dunwich in autumn. We collected leaves, seeds, feathers and chestnuts to make wreaths and other crafts. We also spotted a variety of fungi growing. Thinking about harvest time, we were shown some antique farming tools such as scythes, sickles, pitch forks and seed drills, and had a go at using them ourselves! 

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