Dobson’s Choice: David and Ruth Bradbury, son and granddaughter of the late Gerald Bradbury, whose artwork is being exhibited at the Maurice Dobson museum Darfield. picture Shaun Colborn PD092408
AN EXHIBITION in memory of one of the men instrumental in opening a Darfield museum was officially unveiled last week.
The Gerald Bradbury exhibition was on show at the Maurice Dobson Museum in Darfield last weekend.
Gerald, a member of the Darfield Area Amenity Society, served on the committee at the museum for a number of years.
He died in May aged 90, but continued to volunteer at the site until 2020.
Ken Brookes, a volunteer at the museum, told the Chronicle: “It is right and proper that we are hosting Gerald Bradbury’s posthumous exhibition in the museum this month, especially as he volunteered here until 2020.
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