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Your chance to discover more about Henry de Bohun who did so much to develop early Trowbridge. Henry, our Magna Carta baron, had Trowbridge as his caput or headquarters.
We are very excited about our new exhibition: West of England Festival of Textiles (WEFT) which is now open and runs until 7 November 2015.
WEFT is a biennial event at Trowbridge Museum. The festival aims to highlight the history of textile production in the West and to celebrate regional contemporary textile artists, groups and students through exhibiting their work. Join us to celebrate this year’s theme of Weaving!
You can read more about the WEFT exhibitions, workshops, demonstrations and events on www.weft2015.com. You can also follow our blog to learn more about weaving. Why not come along and try our Weaving Corner? It’s a relaxing spot to while away the time whilst you have a go at weaving yourself!
Representatives from Trowbridge, Magna Carta Baron Town, help re-enact the rebellious barons’ occupation of London in May 1215.