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Cannon Hall

Enjoy a ‘Pear’fect day at Cannon Hall

Visitors will enjoy a ‘pear’fect day at Cannon Hall on Sunday, 22 September as they celebrate the Hall’s annual Pear Day. The stunning Georgian country house hosts the spectacular free event each year to commemorate the harvest of the historic pears, which are an important part of Cannon Hall’s past. People can come along between 11am and 4pm and taste the pears, which will be available to buy alongside a selection of other tasty produce from the gardens.

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Cooper Gallery

See the stunning sights of Venice at the Cooper Gallery this autumn

As the summer sun begins to fade, the light, colour and warmth of Venice sails into the Cooper Gallery this autumn with the arrival of their latest exhibition. Venice, Paradise of Cities opens on Saturday, 14 September and is a celebration of the romantic location, held dear by many. The opening also coincides with the bicentenary of the birth of John Ruskin, whose work the Cooper Gallery is proud to preserve in its outstanding collection. Ruskin fell in love with the city, which was an inspiration for many artists, and depicted its beauty through a series of sketches and paintings captured over three decades.

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Cannon Hall

The internationally famous Caravan Gallery shines a spotlight on Wombwell

Barnsley Museums have invited artists and photographers Jan Williams and Chris Teasdale to bring their unique mobile gallery to the streets of Wombwell. Their bright yellow caravan - a lovingly reincarnated1969 Bluebird Europe - will make its Wombwell debut on the High Street next to Gabby’s Florists on Saturday 14 September during the Heritage Open Day weekend. Further market day appearances will follow over the course of a month.

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Worsbrough Mill

The internationally famous Caravan Gallery shines a spotlight on Wombwell

Barnsley Museums have invited artists and photographers Jan Williams and Chris Teasdale to bring their unique mobile gallery to the streets of Wombwell. Their bright yellow caravan - a lovingly reincarnated1969 Bluebird Europe - will make its Wombwell debut on the High Street next to Gabby’s Florists on Saturday 14 September during the Heritage Open Day weekend. Further market day appearances will follow over the course of a month.

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Cooper Gallery

The internationally famous Caravan Gallery shines a spotlight on Wombwell

Barnsley Museums have invited artists and photographers Jan Williams and Chris Teasdale to bring their unique mobile gallery to the streets of Wombwell. Their bright yellow caravan - a lovingly reincarnated1969 Bluebird Europe - will make its Wombwell debut on the High Street next to Gabby’s Florists on Saturday 14 September during the Heritage Open Day weekend. Further market day appearances will follow over the course of a month.

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Elsecar

The internationally famous Caravan Gallery shines a spotlight on Wombwell

Barnsley Museums have invited artists and photographers Jan Williams and Chris Teasdale to bring their unique mobile gallery to the streets of Wombwell. Their bright yellow caravan - a lovingly reincarnated1969 Bluebird Europe - will make its Wombwell debut on the High Street next to Gabby’s Florists on Saturday 14 September during the Heritage Open Day weekend. Further market day appearances will follow over the course of a month.

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Experience Barnsley

The internationally famous Caravan Gallery shines a spotlight on Wombwell

Barnsley Museums have invited artists and photographers Jan Williams and Chris Teasdale to bring their unique mobile gallery to the streets of Wombwell. Their bright yellow caravan - a lovingly reincarnated1969 Bluebird Europe - will make its Wombwell debut on the High Street next to Gabby’s Florists on Saturday 14 September during the Heritage Open Day weekend. Further market day appearances will follow over the course of a month.

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