Flowers and eggs, love and peace.
Let's try for peace.
If every ordinary person wanted peace, the governments couldn't warmonger.
|BM&G Chamberlain Square, Birmingham.|
The Museums Act of 1845 “[empowered] boroughs with a population of 10,000 or more to raise a 1/2d for the establishment of museums.” In 1864 the first public exhibition room was opened when the Society and other donors presented 64 pictures as well as the Sultanganj Buddha to Birmingham Council and these were housed in the Free Library building but, due to lack of space, the pictures had to move to Aston Hall. Joseph Nettlefold bequeathed twenty-five pictures by local artist David Cox to Birmingham Art Gallery on the condition it opened on Sundays.
Bridge between "Gas Hall" and Art Gallery
My first guest this evening is a CBE. She was born 1929, Cheshire. One of our most talented comedy actresses. Never been married, no children. She’s 84 and still working