Celebrating May Morris for International Women’s Day
May Morris was an important designer, maker and teachers in the Arts and Crafts movement. She was also a writer and editor of her father William Morris’s works. She was often overlooked, both in life and after her death.
To mark International Women’s Day, curator Kirsty Hartsiotis will explore the life and work of this remarkable woman. The event includes afternoon tea.
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May Morris was an important designer, maker and teacher in the Arts and Crafts Movement.
Breathtaking, unique and radiating regency refinement, Pittville Pump Room is monument to the more than 100 years of fame Cheltenham enjoyed as a Spa town, and perhaps the most famous example of regency architecture in the area. The outdoor Heritage Café at Pittville Pump Room offers a takeaway service with tables and chairs available under the colonnade of the Grade I listed regency building. Serving a range of hot and cold food, from coffee and cakes to sausage rolls and wraps, the cafe is the perfect place to enjoy views over the beautiful Pittville Park from the portico. The cafe is open daily, for full opening times please visit https://www.pittvillepumproom.org.uk/opening-times/
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