Bolling Hall Museum
Bolling Hall Museum

Bowling Wassail Tree Celebration: Lantern Decoration, storytelling, outdoor foraging

1:00 pm – 3:00 pm

About this event

1:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Bolling Hall Museum

Bowling Wassail Tree Celebration: Lantern Decoration, storytelling, outdoor foraging
Join Cecil Green Arts artist and BMG volunteer, Aamta Tul-Waheed, to decorate ready-made lanterns alongside a variety of volunteer run activities including sing-along, storytelling and foraging outdoors with award winning museum gardeners. Held in the Cold Kitchen in the museum and library.
Bring your lantern along to Bowling Wassail, 29 January 2023.
Places are limited. For ages 0-4 years.
Call 01274 431826 to book
Email BollingHall@bradford.gov.uk or pop into the museum and book at reception.
Children must be accompanied by an adult.
Bolling Hall Museum is a warm space. Free tea, coffee, hot chocolate and soup will be available.
Also on the day – meet Frances Tempest, the 1630s mistress of the house for a tour of the 12th century residence. (played by volunteer Sheila Lansdell).
The Festival is coordinated by Fruit Works Co-operative with Better Place Bradford, BEES, Bradford Museums and Galleries and Cecil Green Arts
It is supported by Better Start Bradford, Bradford Trident, The National Lottery Community Fund, Bradford District Parks & Bradford 2025

Bolling Hall Museum

Address
Bowling Hall Road, Bradford, BD4 7LP
Opening times

Monday and Tuesday: Closed
Wednesday – Friday: 10am – 4pm
Saturday – Sunday: 11am – 4pm

By public transport

Bolling Hall is situated on Bowling Hall Road one mile south of Bradford City Centre and is signposted with heritage ‘brown signs’ from A650 Wakefield Road.

From Bradford City Centre, the 635 bus departs from bus stops City Park A on Prince’s Way, Rawson Square H on John Street, and Little Germany Y on Vicar Lane (alight at Bowling Hall Road).

For help in planning your journey by public transport, please visit www.wymetro.com

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