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Gloucestershire’s VA Hospitals: 1914-1919

Wednesday 22 February, 7:30pm

The unprecedented casualties of the First World War led to over 3,000 auxiliary hospitals being set up around the country. These were situated in all manner of buildings, from libraries to grand houses, and were almost entirely staffed by volunteers. In this talk, local author Geoff North traces the development of these hospitals in Gloucestershire and the vital role they played.

Tickets cost £5.00.

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Contact the Museum Office on 01453 810631 or email info@edwardjenner.co.uk.

Image © Wellcome Library, London

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Blood, Sweat and Beer: Pubs and the Rural Community

Wednesday 22 March, 7:30pm

As pubs continue to close at a rate of 21 a week, we welcome Pete Tiley, landlord of the award-winning pub The Salutation, and BBC Radio Gloucestershire’s Pete Wilson to discuss the crucial role that pubs play in rural communities today.

Tickets cost £5.00.

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Contact the Museum Office on 01453 810631 or email info@edwardjenner.co.uk.

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Christmas Fair

We are delighted to announce the return of our Christmas Craft Fair in 2016. Many popular stallholders from previous years are returning with their local artisan goods, however we do still have a few spaces for new stallholders. The Fair will be on Saturday 3 December from 11am-4pm. For more information please email info@edwardjenner.co.uk (please note, if you have not had a stall with us before it would be really helpful if you could also send some images of the types of products you intend to sell).