Restoration of Painting from Towneley Hall’s Collection

Edmund Blair Leighton’s “How Liza Loved the King”

Purchase  and Installation of PA system in Lecture Theatre

Shelving for Lecture Theatre store rooms.

How the Society has spent its funds


Millennium Clock Case £1,000

Padiham Mug    £ 680

Glass carriers, trays, extenders £551

Tablecloths   £100

Round Tables + Bar items £350

Magnetic hammer for clock bell £1,800

Ebonised Clock brackets £225

Towneley Family Busts £5,000


Events Board £113

Bar Equipment £182

Charles Towneley Bust Donation £5,000

Material for Chair Refurbishment £150


Soft Furnishings for the Lichen Room £1,362

Venue dressing accessories £1,700


Installation of new flagpole £ 800

Commissioning of Geoff Butterworth´s ´Virgin Snow´ painting £1,500

Curtains for Long Gallery Bedrooms £1,369

Blinds for Long Gallery Bedrooms £1,085


Harp Restoration

Geoff Butterworth Painting  (purchased with money made from the sale of Muriel Riding china)

Altar Lighting


Contribution to Friends of Towneley Park  towards Italian Gardens Fountain restoration

Purchase of DVD player & Monitor for Lecture Theatre Audio/Visual Control Unit.

New THS Donation Box for the shop

Purchase of Pendelfin pottery from Eric Knowles


Restoration and mounting of  Pilkington Tiles.

On display in The Decorative & Fine Arts Room

Purchase of curtains & voiles for The Regency Room

Purchase of Pendelfin Pottery from Mrs M Phillips

Contribution towards WW1 Commemorations

Purchase of two ‘Discobolus’ Statues

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Donation to ´Friends of Towneley Park´ towards purchase of Scooter for the disabled £ 1,000

Purchase of new Towneley Flag £242

Donation to conservation of Watercolour £ 1,000

Donation towards new exhibition showcases £2,000

1965 to 2007 Edward Stocks Massey Bequest
This is Andy Lendzion, the sculptor who has created our copies of The Discobolus.
He is working on his current piece, Odysseus,  in his studio in France.