City teacher the first visitor to Dutch museum in 10 years

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The Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam opened it’s doors tothe public for the first time in 10 years last weekend, and a woman from Milton Keynes was the first through them.

Bonnie Sicka, an art teacher from Milton Keynes, was welcomed greeted by Wim Pijbes and Erik van Ginkel, the Directors of the Rijksmuseum.

To celebrate the occasion, the Rijksmuseum presented Bonnie, a textile artist and art teacher from Milton Keynes, with a one-year membership to the Rijksmuseum and the new museum guide book.