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Black Country Living Museum Gets Interactive in #MuseumWeek

25 March 2014

Black Country Living Museum is joining museums and galleries from across the UK and Europe on Twitter for the first ever #MuseumWeek. Follow us on Twitter @BCLivingMuseum and get involved with the interactive fun as we look back at #MuseumMemories on Wednesday, go #BehindTheArt on Thursday, find out Black...

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Peaky Blinders Filming at the Museum

20 March 2014

BBC epic gangster drama Peaky Blinders made a visit to the Black Country Living Museum recently to shoot scenes for the upcoming second instalment of the popular 1920s set Birmingham series.    The majority of the filming took place within the Museum’s Canal Arm, taking on a Post WWI transformation...

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Lotto Sparks Success in the Black Country

19 March 2014

Sparks were flying  as Black Country Living Museum's metal worker added the finishing touches to iron numbers he has forged to celebrate an  amazing 100 ticket-holders from the Black Country  winning £20,000 in the Lotto raffle in a mere six months. Staff at the Museum -w hich has...

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Arts Council England funding award

06 March 2014

Black Country Living Museum is celebrating a bright future with £263,300 funding secured from the Arts Council of England's Renaissance Strategic Support Fund. The grant will allow the Museum to develop heritage skills apprenticeships for Further Education college students to ensure that essential knowledge...

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