Rare exhibit comes to Bromsgrove

By Beth Sharp Friday 30 May 2014 Updated: 30/05 11:31

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RESIDENTS are invited to enjoy a rare exhibition being held at Bromsgrove Library for the next two weeks.

From Monday (June 2) visitors will be able to view a special collection which has been secured on behalf of the Norton Collection Trust Museum Trust by Dennis Norton.

The exhibit will be made up of 40 photos and hand-coloured drawing made by the Bromsgrove Guild between 1900 and 1914.

Bromsgrove Guild is one of the town's most famous national businesses and has provided stone masonry, metal casting and wood carving services across the world.

It was also commissioned to build Buckingham Palace's gates and the Liver Bird for the Royal Liver Building's tower in Liverpool - making the exhibit and unmissable event.

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