Christmas at the Brampton Museaum
27 November 2019 Local News
The Brampton Museum will be helping visitors to get into the magical Christmas spirit. The Council’s arts and cultural officers have organised a festive-themed events programme which opened on 16 November and runs throughout December.
The main gallery is being transformed into a treasure trove of bespoke items as part of the annual “By Me for Christmas” exhibition which runs until 5 January 2020. A total of 30 artists are showcasing their creative abilities – people can buy exclusive gifts such as handmade jewellery, artwork, ceramics, textiles, metalwork and glass as well as bandanas and nose balm for dogs.
Cllr. Mark Holland, Cabinet member for leisure, culture and heritage, said: “The Brampton Museum is a brilliant place for families to visit all year round as there is always something interesting to see, hear and do. The fact that admission is free and free parking is available is a real bonus.”
“Christmas is a special time of year for many families and officers have made a fantastic effort, as usual, to create a great atmosphere”
Father Christmas is taking time out of his very busy schedule to pay a visit to boys and girls on Saturday, 14 December from 11am to 4pm. There will also be Christmas-themed crafts and trails available throughout December. Take a look at the Brampton website for further details.