William Morris Gallery Development Project public consultation

We have received the following email, which may be of interest:

As you may know, the William Morris Gallery in Waltham Forest is currently drawing up plans for the major William Morris Gallery Development Project to extend and refurbish the Gallery.   When the project is complete in 2012, far more works of art will be on display, the galleries will have been completely renovated and all of our facilities will have been significantly improved and made fully accessible.  There will, in particular, be a dedicated space for school groups, a new study area and an excellent shop and tearoom.  We will also be developing a programme of activities and events to make our heritage more engaging to a wider and more diverse audience. We would like to invite you to attend a public consultation event at the William Morris Gallery on one of the following two dates: Wednesday 17 March, 6pm-7.30pm Sunday 21 March, 3pm-4.30pm Our project architects, Pringle Richards Sharratt will be giving a half hour presentation on our proposed designs for the building and exhibitions at the start of both events, followed by a question and answer session.   This is your opportunity to find out more about and get involved in the project.  We would very much welcome your comments on our plans. Please see the attached leaflet for further information on the William Morris Gallery and our Development Project. We hope you can join us and look forward to seeing you at the Gallery on 17 or 21 March. Best Regards,   Jemma Taylor, Museum, Gallery and Archives Manager. The William Morris Gallery Development Project is supported by Waltham Forest Council and the Friends of the William Morris Gallery (Registered Charity No. 800513) 

William Morris Gallery
Lloyd Park
Forest Road
Walthamstow E17 4PP

Tel 020 8496 4390
Fax 020 8527 7070


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