A HEREFORD attraction is about to open its doors to the public after more than a year of closure.
The craftsmen of The Cart Shed from Herefordshire will keep visitors entertained by demonstrating their skills at the Waterworks Museum on July 4th. This will be our first family open day since the museum closed in March 2020 due to Covid-19. All available motors and pumps will be running, with volunteer engineers on hand to tell you more about the history of the motors.
Museum President Richard Curtis said: “We have waited a long time to welcome visitors back to the Waterworks Museum and I am delighted that we have artisans from The Cart Shed to demonstrate the country’s skills such as wood carving. , size and basket. weaving and turning wood using a shaving horse and a pole lathe. ‘
“Our volunteers have worked exceptionally hard during the museum’s closure and visitors who have been there before will see many changes, especially in the visitor center which has been completely revamped.”
Joint Chief Engineer Mike Glover added, “We would like to thank the many local suppliers we have used in our Visitor Center project who have been so helpful in a time of high demand for their goods and services. . These include companies such as Underwood. Steel, Clive Watkins Fabricators of Bromyard, Classic Carpets (Border Counties), David Weaver Upholsterer, Signs and Labels Hereford and Radbournes. ”
Directors are also pleased to confirm that the Waterworks Museum will be open every Tuesday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. starting July 13.
For more information, please visit www.waterworksmuseum.org.uk