• # 24 Exhibition at Wordsworth Trust

    The launch of the Land Keepers exhibition drew in more than 200 people - a busy day and a great chance to catch up with so many of the people who have helped make Land Keepers what it is, and share the photographs and words that have resulted from the last couple of years work. We've also got display cases showing items generously lent to us by Hannah Dickinson, including old flock books, rosettes and clipping shears, and some of Harriet's notebooks.

    We've since taken several school groups around the exhibition, and hear that there's a steady flow of visitors. The comments book is filling up, and so is the list of email addresses (enter your name here and you're in with a chance of winning an original piece of art from the exhibition). It's in place at the Wordsworth Museum until May 10th. The exhbition will then tour Cumbria, and head down to London, but it will never be as complete as it is now in Grasmere.


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