In the years 1893 and 1894 pioneering African American journalist Ida B. Wells visited Britain on a series of speaking tours - in this special blog we use our newspapers to discover how Wells was received in Britain. Read it here: https://t.co/KRPULNBpce #BlackHistoryMonth
In preparation for our teachers and educators event on Tuesday, we wanted to share this design competition run by the Royal Society of Arts, for secondary school and sixth-form pupils aged 11-18. Sign up is FREE at the link below:
@bexhillmuseum It put the biggest smile on my face to be there and see this wonderful work of love and art. Thank you @bexhillmuseum for waking me through all the details and history of this amazing model railway. It was so fun to share the pics and video with my kiddos.❤️
Inside St Peter’s Church Heysham which dates back to the 8th Century, was this amazing hog-back stone, which would have covered a Viking grave. I’ve only ever seen them in books, so I am still in awe and will dream about it all night.
The Bexhill 1940: Winter Wartime Model Railway is featured on the UK’s Yesterday channel, tomorrow (Monday 18th) at 9pm (watch the video below from 20 seconds in). It’s an amazing model railway & can be seen live at @bexhillmuseum https://t.co/UFWMi3vQBX
Enjoyed the first episode of #HornbyAModelWorld? Find out what's in store on next week's instalment! @hornby
We will be watching https://t.co/bXSoeigW96
Exciting news about tomorrow night! At 9pm, on Yesterday TV channel, our model railway will be featured in the series Hornby - A Model World. The model is the brainchild of actor and comedian Eddie Izzard, who is our patron. It depicts #Bexhill in December 1940.
Bexhill Museum's current opening hours are 11am till 4pm Tuesdays through Sundays. We are closed on Mondays.