Brunel 200 provided an exciting and wide-ranging programme of exhibitions,
learning programmes, publications, walks and trails, arts projects, competitions,
debates, media programmes and talks that commemorated Brunel’s life,
times and legacy and inspired the Brunels of the future.
Brunel 200 officially ended in September 2006, although some projects
continued to the end of the year including the exhibitions The End
of the Line at the Royal Cornwall Museum and The Forces That
Made Brunel at Explore-At-Bristol, the erection of the Dawlish to
the Warren Coastal Footpath History Boards and the erection of new interpretation
boards at the Holburne Museum, Bath.
Although the news, events and resources information on this website will
no longer be updated, the background material contained on Brunel, his
work and the industrial age will continue to be of value, and the archived
news releases and calendars of Brunel 200 events will provide a wonderful
souvenir of a great year. The Brunel 200 Legacy website
provides extensive details of all the arts projects, exhibitions and
other events and activities that took place in 2006. The site includes
fabulous photographs along with feedback from those who have taken part,
downloadable documents and video footage.
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200 Legacy website provides extensive details of
all the arts projects, exhibitions and other events and activities
that took place in 2006. The site includes fabulous photographs
along with feedback from those who have taken part, downloadable
documents and video footage.
Now you've come to the website, we'd be interesting in hearing your
views on the Brunel 200 programme.
Please complete the online survey either for:
200 South West
Issue Autumn 2006
Photos of Brunel, his work and the Brunel 200 activity available
as free downloads from the image library.
Brunel 200 was initiated by Bristol Cultural Development Partnership
BCDP, Leigh Court,
Abbot's Leigh, Bristol