Stony Stratford Arts and History Appreciation

The Stani Gallery on behalf of the Stony Stratford Business Association is promoting Stony AHA! an Arts & Heritage Appreciation in the town. This coincides with Arts & Heritage Open Places which is being promoted across Milton Keynes by MK Council.

There are a wide range of activities planned throughout Stony Stratford including a Treasure Trail, History Hunt, Art Exhibitions by the Stony Stratford Arts Society and The Stani Gallery, a “Drawing on History” and “Cock & Bull Story Telling for Families” workshops by Jonny Boatfield, a “History of English Wine” talk and tasting at The Stony Wine Emporium, Heritage displays by the WI and Stony Reminiscence Group as well as Art Displays at Morgan Gilder, The Fox & Hounds, Skills, Ray Borley Dunkley, Mason Edwards, Age Concern, Trevor Jeavons, York House and in St Marys & St Giles Church.

In addition, there are Markets at Odell’s Yard,  a programme of evening talks at The Church and in The Library ; a “Cock & Bull AHA! Take Away quiz as well as music at The Fox and Hounds, The Crown, The Vaults Bar, the White Horse and The Cock Hotel ; with many businesses along the high street and market square also taking part by exhibiting pieces of art and heritage in their shop windows.

There are also a number of heritage, riverside and town walks available through the historic town of Stony Stratford combined with free car parking to make your visit very easy to arrange with plenty to do when you get here ! We hope you enjoy Stony AHA! For more and up to date details please see . You can also download the programme here – Stony AHA! Programme 7-15 May.


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