J. W. Evans Silver Factory

We have changed the opening arrangements of our sites to play our part in stopping the spread of COVID-19. J.W. Evans Silver Facotry is now closed for the winter, and will reopen again in April 2021. We are keeping a selection of sites open for local people to use for exercise during the lockdown period. These are a mixture of free-to-enter and paid sites, and all have plenty of outdoor space for safe social distancing. Visits to paid sites must be booked in advance. We hope to be able to reopen all our sites in the near future, and we are taking bookings for February half-term and beyond. Thank you for your understanding, patience and support during this difficult time.

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J.W. Evans is now closed for the winter.

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Address
54-57 Albion Street, Birmingham, West Midlands, B1 3EA

National Lottery Heritage Fund

We have been awarded a grant from the National Lottery Heritage Fund to encourage more people to visit JW Evans Silver Factory – and we want you to be involved. The factory closed in 2008 and we have cared for it since 2010. Now, with help from the National Lottery Heritage Fund, we’re exploring how we can open it up to more people than ever before. Click here to find out how you can get involved, or about upcoming events at the factory.

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