Attend the BAESystems Warton event. Their history stretches to 1853!
Stunning trees, lights, decorations & different themes will adorn the rooms in the Georgian Hall.
Margie Cooper gives talk for Friends of the Lytham St Annes Art Collection at Lytham Hall!
The theme this year is Edible England & it seems fitting that we feature this beautiful painting of our sandhills being used for grazing.
Our first get-together since the start of the pandemic, a huge success!
Do you require a speaker for your club, society or for a one-off event? Book Barbara Weston, she’ll happily come & entertain you with stories about the extensive Collection.
Discover some interesting events, visits & trips that we’ve planned for 2020!
A warm welcome awaited the 60 members & Friends who attended this most enjoyable occasion.
Discover why Jacqueline Love was nominated for The Blackpool Tower Celebrating 125 Years Local Heroes Awards this September.
Friends Committee member, Barbara Weston, has been invited to present a talk about The History of the Lytham St Annes Art Collection for members of the Warton History Society. Entry only £2.50!
An excellent exhibition entitled ‘Coast’ was on display in the Fylde Gallery, Booths, Lytham, from the last week of June until the first week of August.
Find out about the unexpected dontation of lithographs of Richard Ansdell paintings.
Friends proudly presented their biggest ever cheque to Fylde Borough Council to pay for work carried out on 12ft high Amphritite & Hebe sculptures.
Find out about our largest cheque, the donation of a Richard Ansdell sketch & a surpise gift of two lithographs of paintings by Richard Ansdell.
Members & invited guests to celebrate the conservation of Hebe & Amphritite, the two most beautiful marble statues which dominate the original entrance hall of the Town Hall building.
Members & friends are welcome to join us at 2.00pm on Wednesday 20 February at St Annes United Reformed Church for this wonderful talk.
TASF celebrate 10th Anniversary by conserving Ivories