Museum gets funding for event
The grant has enabled the museum to run Commemorative Ceramics 1918 on the Saturday 23rd June from 10.30am to 4pm.
The free event should appeal to all ages and abilities. The idea is to create a community art work to remember the 100th anniversary of the end of World War I.
Using special pens visitors can get creative on oval pendants to be displayed in the museum.
Visitors will also be able to draw their own commemorative design on a coaster to take home.
There will also be music from the Warwick Community Band.
Meet World War 2 re-enactors. Discover what it was like in the Home Guard.
Find out about World War I when you see the displays in the museum.
Refreshments are available to purchase from cafe2u.