Our website explains what is currently going on in the Museum, provides information about events, exhibitions, collection items, education and outreach. Click on one of the tabs at the top of the home page, to open a page and then click on the heading of each post to read and see more. The site is updated […]
The Museum Trustees need to source core funding (not project funding, that is in hand!). Can you help? See letter to the Guardian 21/07/14 http://gu.com/p/4v4qt/tw
A new exhibition opening at the Museum! Peace History is Herstory Too: An Exhibition Celebrating Women’s Peace History. WILPF, Zurich, 1919 To celebrate International Women’s Day on March 8th, and the Centenary of the Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom in April, the Peace Museum is proud to present an exhibition exploring the efforts […]
Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom (WILPF) and Women’s rights The time of the year is nearly approaching to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the WILPF. In April 1915 a congregation of women from a range of backgrounds and cultures gathered together in an International Congress in The Hague as a reaction to the […]
Poppies for Remembrance Event A massive thank you to the staff from Bradford Libraries and the West Riding Ruggers for their partnership on the ‘Poppies for Remembrance’ event we held at the museum on the 12th of November. Poppy workshop Workshops were held throughout the day at the museum with seventy pupils from Eastwood […]
Here is our Newsletter for Summer/Autumn 2014. It includes updates on the galleries, a round up of our summer events and other exciting news! Click the link to download in pdf format… The Peace Museum Newsletter SummerAutumn 2014
Due to staffing changes the Museum will no longer be open Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. Instead, from the week beginning Monday 15th September, the Museum will be open to the public every Thursday, 10am till 4pm. Other opening times may possible for group visits/other visits with prior arrangement. If you wish to discuss loaning or […]
The Peace Museum has a new Facebook account! ‘Like’ the page for latest news, updates and pictures from the galleries and our exciting events. The page will also keep you up to date with opening hours and events. Follow the link below… https://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Peace-Museum/609752349144699?fref=ts Our Twitter account remains the same, click the link below to get […]
A massive thank you to everyone who came to speak to us about our ‘Stories in Stone’ project at the Undercliffe Cemetery ‘Listen to our stories’ open days (funded by HLF). Thanks to our event volunteers, Suhail, Zara and Asiya for their much appreciated help. Stall at Undercliffe Cemetery Friday saw a huge turnout of […]
Please note that the Peace Museum’s Piece Hall Yard premises will be shut on Friday 11 July as the museum and team are on tour at Undercliffe Cemetery. The Peace Museum can be found from Fri 11 until Sun 13 July at Undercliffe Cemetery as part of the HLF funded WWI open days hosted at […]
World War One at Undercliffe Cemetery Come and join in with the WWI open day weekend at Undercliffe Cemetery, Bradford: Friday 11 July 9.30am – 3.30pm Saturday 12 July 11am – 4pm Sunday 13 July 11am – 4pm There will be storytelling activities; drama performances; choir performances; guided tours; exhibitions; YMCA’s Tea Tent; plant sales and poetry […]
We have a very busy weekend in store….why not join us? Here are the things you can come and get involved with tomorrow and Saturday with the Peace Museum and friends! Friday Tomorrow 13th June 2014, 12.00 – 1.00 pm – The BIG Routes to Peace Sing in Centenary Square with our friend Roger Davies […]
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Bradford Peacemakers This is a peer education project (key stage 2 and 3) linked to The Peace Challenge) that encourages pupil Peacemakers to have a stake in the museum (a section becomes 'their own') and to volunteer to educate others from various schools and organisations, about our exhibits and collections.
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Please note we are currently undergoing staffing changes which may affect some aspects of the education programme. Please contact Shannen to discuss individual requests. Thank you.
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A big thank you to everyone who supported The Peace Museum on Saturday 31st May during Bradford Pride. It was a great day and the team met so many wonderful people. Between the Museum and the off-site stall in City Park, The Peace Museum engaged with 331 people – and that’s the people we managed to count! […]