Invulved – World War One Commemoration

25 April to 13 May 2015


The Charlotte Museum Trust much anticipated vulva-poppy exhibition opens on Anzac Day at the Charlotte Gallery 2pm.

The Museum director, Dr Nadia Gush, will provide a floor talk from 2pm, followed by an afternoon tea.

The exhibition will then be open until the 13th May each Wednesday & Sunday from 1-4pm. Entry is free, but donations are welcome.

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