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Throughout the year visits are organised to places of artistic interest. The programme for the 2016-2017 year is shown below.

Please Note: BDFAS regrets that once a booking for a trip or visit has been confirmed by the organiser, refunds will only be given if a replacement is found. If no replacement is found, a part refund will be given for direct costs not incurred.

Birmingham DFAS cannot be held responsible for any personal accident, loss, damage or theft of Members’ personal property during lectures and visits/special interest days. Members are covered against proven liability of Third Parties.

Highgrove House – Garden Tour

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Highgrove House – Garden Tour

Tuesday, 27th September 2016

Highgrove House is the home of HRH The Prince of Wales and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall. We will have a guided tour of the gardens which lasts about two hours.
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Whitworth Art Gallery, Manchester and Tabley House, Knutsford

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Whitworth Art Gallery, Manchester and Tabley House, Knutsford

Tuesday, 4th October 2016

Join us for an exciting day, starting with a visit to the Whitworth Art Gallery in Manchester (voted Museum of the Year in 2015) with its notable collections of watercolours, sculptures, wallpapers and textiles.
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BDFAS Christmas Event at the CBSO Centre

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BDFAS Christmas Event at the CBSO Centre

Wednesday, 7th December, 2016

Once again, we have invited a Birmingham Youth Orchestra Quartet to play for us after the wonderful experience that we had last year.
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Summer Lunch and Lecture

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Summer Lunch and Lecture

Wednesday, 12th July 2017

at Edgbaston Golf Club, Church Road, Birmingham B15 3TB

Join us for a fascinating lecture: ‘How the Pershore Plum won WW1’ given by Prof. Maggie Andrews. (more…)