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Monday 15th November 2021 Stoke Heath, Bromsgrove

Join us for a great day of Edwardian period re-enacting at Avoncroft Museum of Historic Buildings

Join us for a full day of photography at the excellent Avoncroft Museum of Historic Buildings primarily focussing on the Edwardian period with re-enacting scenes set against the backdrop of historic architecture


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Join us for a fantastic day of re-enacting at Avoncroft Museum of Historic Buildings at Stoke Heath near Bromsgrove in Worcestershire. On this day we are primarily concentrating on the Edwardian period with a superb group of re-enactors available, gathered to ensure we have an excellent dayís photography.

The Museum is easily accessed via either Junction Four (if approaching from the North) or Junction Five (if approaching from the South) of the M5 motorway. The postal code, for those using satellite navigation, is B60 4JR and it is circa three miles from each motorway exit. There is ample free parking and the Museum will be closed to the public during our charter so we will have the full run of the venue and access to buildings as required. We expect to meet at 09.45 for a 10.00 start and to run until circa 16.30 with a break for lunch.

Avoncroft Museum was established in 1967 to preserve some of the historic buildings that were at that time being demolished to make way for modern development and were in danger of being lost with no physical record of particular types of architecture. Five years earlier, in 1962, a local campaign had been started to save a medieval timber frame town house threatened with demolition in Bromsgrove. This building became the first to be rescued, dismantled and reconstructed at Avoncroft Museum, where thirty structures spanning 700 years of history have been rescued and rebuilt on site. These include the famous Danzey Green Windmill dating from the 1830s, the Little Malvern Tollhouse of 1822 and the Nailerís Cottage of 1840s vintage. Avoncroft Museum is also home to the National Telephone Box Collection.

The Museumís buildings are many and varied covering a number of historical periods and we will obviously be using those that best act as a backdrop for our re-enactments during this event. We will make full use of the outdoor areas of the Museum and also access the interiors of those buildings that most closely match the period which we seek to recreate.

This is a pleasant and relaxed venue to visit with plenty of space for social distancing and we have an excellent group of re-enactors lined up for you. We hope you will want to join us at Avoncroft in July for what promises to be another day splendid day of period re-enactment.

Event requirements


  • Spare batteries
  • Camera
  • Lenses


  • All levels welcome


  • Low

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