Aldridge Transport Museum: A wartime themed concert for Remembrance Sunday afternoon


Looks like a great event!

I notice that this Remembrance Sunday (8th November 2015) Aston Manor Road Transport Museum in Aldridge will be hosting ‘Remembrance – A Wartime Themed Concert’ in aid of the museum.

It runs from 2:30pm until 5pm, and features the Anvil Chorus Barber Shop group and other period performers, all in the vintage ambience of the transport museum, with a street-party atmosphere.

Free vintage bus service to and from Walsall.

The museum, which is in Shenstone Drive, just off Northgate, opens from 10:00am and the event runs until late afternoon. It’s £8 entry for adults and £5 for kids.

There will be two free feeder services from Walsall, departing at 13.20 and 13.50. The 13.50 departure is planned to use the Optare Excel, so is accessible to wheelchair users. Return journeys will depart at the end of the Concert as required. All journeys are free of charge.

For any last minute updates you can check the Facebook event page here.

For more information, check out the museum website or their Facebook group.

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