Stuart recently attended an anniversary service to celebrate 50 years of the Fulneck Morovian Museum.
The Fulncek Moravian Museum opened in 1969 to house a collection of Moravian memorabilia, including 18th century Moravian lace and embroidery, brassware brought back from Tibet and Eskimo carvings from Labrador. It is home to two 17th century cottages, a Victorian parlour and kitchen, weaving chamber, Moravian embroidery, folk exhibits, an 1822 hand-pulled fire engine and ethnographical exhibits.
Stuart said: “I very much enjoyed the anniversary church service at the Fulneck Morovian Museum and it was great to see all the history and artefacts including their 19th century fir engine. I would encourage all my constituents to visit during the summer as the museum is open every Wednesday and Saturday afternoon during the summer months and it is a very interesting visit.”