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Weekend Escapes with Warwick Davis

Warwick Davis and his family visited the Museum for ITV’s second series of Weekend Escapes with Warwick Davis. The first episode focused on the Midlands – a place not often considered for a quintessential British holiday. However, Warwick was determined to find out whether it could give St Tropez a run for its money and where better to that than at BCLM!

The Davis family stepped out of their trusty camper van and back in time in full Victorian garb. They discovered what it was like to live and work in the Victorian period, encountering some of the period’s rather ‘strict’ characters, and ended up enlisting to fight in World War One. 

 

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Katie Haden ‏@KatieHaden  May 18

@WarwickADavis headed to @BCLivingMuseum at weekend with family after seeing it featured on #WeekendEscapes. Brilliant day out. Thank you!

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