- Your Museum Development Team at SHOWCASE
- Ink bottles at St Margaret's Bay Museum
- Eggs from Cranbrook Museum
- Vintage car at Chiddingstone Castle
- Victorian Greeting Cards
Share your ideas for a new cultural programme
News from the DCMS blog, authored by Ed Vaizey, invites you to share your ideas and support the White Paper.
Oxfordshire Museums Council - Volunteering Networking Meeting
Jenny Charter, Chair of the Banbury branch of National Trust volunteers and Joy Todd & Caroline Cheeseman, from the Oxford University Museums Volunteer Service will talk on their experiences of managing large numbers of volunteers and coordinating opportu
Discovering Collections, Discovering Communities: Exploring new digital destinations for heritage and academia
The National Archives and Research Libraries UK are delighted to announce that registration is now open for this year’s collaborative conference, Discovering Collections, Discovering Communities: Exploring new digital destinations for heritage and
Fort Nelson Staff and Volunteers Experience Crime Scene Technology Training
Royal Armouries staff and volunteers were recently awarded a Training Bursary to learn how to use a portable X-ray fluorescence analyser (XRF), to enable the collection of forensic evidence from the collection of Artillery held at Fort Nelson. Conservator Matthew Hancock tells the story.
Mary Rose Museum partners with British Museum Knowledge Exchange Programme
The Mary Rose Museum was a 2014 partner in the British Museum Knowledge Exchange Programme, having found out about the opportunity via the Hampshire Solent Museum Development newsletter. The British Museum selected to host Clare Barnes, Learning Officer, from the Mary Rose Museum and in return the Mary Rose Museum selected Stacy Addison from the British Museum Events Team.
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