Hands on History - In Commemoration
Published on Tuesday, 14th March 2017
Saturday 18th March Nuneaton Museum & Art Gallery 11am – 4pm
Do you remember the 1966 World Cup, the London Olympics or Nuneaton Borough playing Middlesborough in the FA Cup? Our ‘In Commemoration’ session will look at objects from the museum collections, which have been specifically created to commemorate events, people and places of both local and national significance.
Visitors can explore objects which help to record important events, from Nuneaton’s Charter Day of 1907 to the opening of the Scout Group Headquarters in 1977. National events are not forgotten including V.E. Day and Royal events to whet your appetite!
“The Hands on History events at the Museum & Art Gallery are a great opportunity for visitors of all ages to have the unique opportunity to examine the collections at close quarters. They are also inspirational events, encouraging participants to share memories and stories about life in the borough.”
Cllr Ian Lloyd, Portfolio Holder for Arts & Leisure
Hands on History sessions are free and there is no need to book. Drop in between 11am to 4pm in the Picture Gallery.
Don't forget our FREE Storytelling for Under 5s on Wednesday 15th March! Join Melly between 11.15am and 11.45am for a story. Melly looks forward to spring and tries to spot lots of animals!. Be prepared to join in, make some noise and have lots of fun. No booking required, just drop in. All children must be accompanied by an adult.
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