We’re delighted to relaunch the Framework Knitters Museum Newsletter with a brand new design!
The Framework Knitters’ Museum has a new Manager & Curator! Jim Grevatte has taken over the management role during exciting times for the museum, which recently secured Heritage Lottery Funding for our ambitious redevelopment and expansion project’.
The Framework Knitters Museum has received initial National Lottery support for an exciting new project called ‘A Right Good Yarn.’ This is the official name of our Redevelopment & Expansion project.
Come and help us knit a giant scarf to welcome the Tour of Britain cycle race to Ruddington on Saturday 8th September. Everyone’s welcome to have a go!
Steampunk comes to the Framework Knitters Museum in October 2018! Attractions will include stalls, tea duelling and facial hair competitions.
The Framework Knitters Museum is delighted to have received an amazing donation of almost £3,000 from the Co-op Local Community Fund.
The Framework Knitters Museum has teamed up with the Mines Advisory Group (MAG) to host an exhibition of images by renowned post-conflict photojournalist, Sean Sutton.
The Framework Knitters Museum has obtained funding from Barclays to help the museum achieve an ambitious redevelopment and expansion project.
A hobby is so much more than just doing something fun, and the benefits you’ll reap should convince you.
The Visual Arts Group was formed in spring 2017 and is based in Ruddington. Their work is diverse in both medium and subject matter. The group functions as a mutual support system and although our practices, processes and personal philosophies differ, we all have a common goal to create art.
For their first exhibition, entitled “Perspectives”, the group will be showing paintings, drawings, photography and digital media. Exhibiting will be Phil Hall, Terry Maxwell, Ron McSweeney, Jane Wheat and David Woolley.