The socially-distanced equivalent of a full house joined us at the museum on Monday and enjoyed a talk by Richard Ormond on Sargent, his Sisters and their Friends, based on our superb new special exhibition. Many more were able to enjoy the talk remotely via a webinar.

The next lecture in the series will take place on Thursday, 15th July at the museum, starting at 7pm. Worcester-based specialist, Nadim Aslam, will talk on the Evolution of Hip and Knee Replacement Surgery over the past fifty years or so. Perfect for those of us likely to set off alarms at airports.

Places are limited and demand is likely to be high, so call us on 01386 859047 for more details and tickets, which cost £10 each (£9 for Friends and Benefactors). If you attend in person, we’ll treat you to a glass of wine or a soft drink.

The museum run a series of lectures during the year and we are grateful to NFU Mutual (Moreton-in-Marsh) for their continuing support. Look out for upcoming talks or pick up a leaflet at the museum.