Celebrating the past

For the second year in succession, Blists Hill Victorian Town has received the highest Gold accolade in recognition of the quality of its visitor experience. The scheme recognises attractions that go the extra mile to create an enjoyable and memorable experience.

Paul Gossage, director of engagement at the Ironbridge Gorge Museum Trust said that he was delighted with the award. He explained, “The staff, trustees and volunteers are all thrilled that our hard work has been recognised with a second VisitEngland Gold accolade. This is especially welcome in 2017 as we celebrate our Golden Anniversary.”

The Trust was founded 50 years ago in 1967.

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