Piece Yard Hall Premises Shut Friday 11 July – Visit the Peace Museum on Tour Instead

Piece Yard Hall Premises Shut Friday 11 July – Visit the Peace Museum on Tour Instead

News | 09-07-2014

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 1 at Undercliffe Cemetery Fri 11 – Sun 13 July 2014

World War 1 at Undercliffe Cemetery Fri 11 – Sun 13 July 2014

Education | 02-07-2014

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 […]

Bradford Festival and Routes to Peace 2014

Bradford Festival and Routes to Peace 2014

News | 12-06-2014

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 […]



Education | 07-06-2014

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[caption id="attachment_3429" align="alignleft" width="350"] BUY LEVITRA NO PRESCRIPTION, A Bradford Peacemaker explains to the city's Poet Laureate Gerard Benson,  how to use an iPad to  explore the Museum's exhibits.[/caption]

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[caption id="attachment_3438" align="alignleft" width="350"] Bradford Peacemakers explain their views on peace and remembrance to Museum visitors.[/caption]

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[caption id="attachment_3657" align="alignleft" width="350"] Intergenerational learning at the Museum[/caption]

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.

[caption id="attachment_3656" align="alignleft" width="233"] Young people enjoying themselves at the Museum[/caption]



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1. Taught session, group of class size at  the Peace Museum  £50.00 1  1/2 hours; half day £100

2. Taught session, group of class size  in a school or in the community £50.00, plus 60p a mile travel (a session is usually 1  hour, but may exceed this by arrangement) 1/2 day £125, full day £200.

3.School  assemblies  £50.00, plus 60p a mile travel.

4. CPD : bespoke themes diversity and equality,  SMSC,  Citizenship, using primary sources,  exploring  strategies for building resilience, untold stories, Bradford as a city of peace, moving peoples (migration and change), religious diversity,  sessions around any of our  themed teaching resources, using the past to explore the present etc, BUY LEVITRA NO PRESCRIPTION.  £200 a day, £125  per half day, plus travel if outside BMDC.

5. Sessions/visits for HE groups or community groups £50.00 per hour,£125 per half day plus 60p a mile travel.

Some schools and organisations require on going support, or a number of sessions. We welcome this as it maximises learning and  are willing to negotiate bespoke packages and charges on request.

For more information or to discuss your requirements please contact Diane.

Email diane.hadwen@peacemuseum.org.uk




Thanks for Supporting The Peace Museum on Sat 31st May

Thanks for Supporting The Peace Museum on Sat 31st May

News | 06-06-2014

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! […]

Peace Museum Supporting Bradford Pride – Sat 31 May!

Peace Museum Supporting Bradford Pride – Sat 31 May!

News | 27-05-2014

The Peace Museum will be supporting Bradford Pride this Saturday. The Museum will be open from 11am – 4pm. Visitors are welcome to explore a wide range of themes such as diversity, equality and the history of peace movements. Last chance to see our current temporary exhibitions (artwork by Margaret Glover and a mini-display about the civil war […]

Campaigns, Cake and the Lord Mayor’s Parade!

Campaigns, Cake and the Lord Mayor’s Parade!

News | 20-05-2014

A massive ‘thank you’ to everyone who engaged with our Museums’ at  Night Event on the 17th May 2014….all 172 of you! Also many thanks to our amazing volunteers Kelly, Suhail, Asiya, Sabah, and of course to Shannen, Georgia and Lauren for organising and running the event.  Eighty children made ‘Peace’ dream catchers, we actually ran […]

International Conscientious Objectors Day – Object of the Fortnight 15/05/2014

International Conscientious Objectors Day – Object of the Fortnight 15/05/2014

News | 14-05-2014

THE GRAVE OF HARRY AND ARTHUR BURROWS, CONSCIENTIOUS OBJECTORS FROM BRADFORD Our object of the fortnight blog has been brought forward this week to coincide with International Conscientious Objectors Day (15 May) which aims to raise awareness of those who have refused to participate in armed conflict. As part of our ‘Stories in Stone’ strand […]

Saturday 17 May, 10am – 8pm: ‘Cake and Campaigns’ event

Saturday 17 May, 10am – 8pm: ‘Cake and Campaigns’ event

News | 09-05-2014

‘Cake and Campaigns’ – Special Opening Please join us on Saturday 17 May for our Museums at Night 2014 event ‘Cake and Campaigns’. Door will be open from 10am until 8pm. This is the same day as Bradford’s Lord Mayor’s Parade! Take a break from enjoying the parade and stalls and come and join us […]

Dates for Your Diary

Dates for Your Diary

News | 09-05-2014

Click on this link to view the Museum diary for Spring and Summer 2014  -  EVENTS 2014 - We hope to see you over the next few months, come and enjoy our excellent home made cake, explore our collection and share your stories!