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Learning at Black Country Living Museum

Heritage Clubs

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A choice of clubs covering a variety of interests, providing opportunities for people of all ages to regularly meet new people, engage with our collections and learn new skills.

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Knit and Natter to help BCLM

04 May

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Knit and Natter to help BCLM

18 May

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Young Archaeologists' and Curators' Club (YACC)

30 May

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Knit and Natter to help BCLM

01 June

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Knit and Natter to help BCLM

15 June

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Knit and Natter to help BCLM

29 June

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Knit and Natter to help BCLM

13 July

photo of children doing research

Young Archaeologists' and Curators' Club (YACC)

25 July

photo of ladies knitting

Knit and Natter to help BCLM

27 July

photo of children doing research

Young Archaeologists' and Curators' Club (YACC)

01 August

photo of children doing research

Young Archaeologists' and Curators' Club (YACC)

08 August

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Knit and Natter to help BCLM

10 August

photo of children doing research

Young Archaeologists' and Curators' Club (YACC)

15 August

photo of children doing research

Young Archaeologists' and Curators' Club (YACC)

22 August

photo of lady knitting

Knit and Natter to help BCLM

24 August

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Knit and Natter to help BCLM

07 September

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Knit and Natter to help BCLM

21 September

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Knit and Natter to help BCLM

05 October

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Knit and Natter to help BCLM

19 October

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Knit and Natter to help BCLM

02 November

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Knit and Natter to help BCLM

16 November

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Knit and Natter to help BCLM

30 November

Did you know?

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The region got it’s name when it was described as ‘Black by day and red by night’ by Elihu Burritt, the American Consul to Birmingham in 1862.

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