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Christmas Evening

Shop ‘til You Drop in Christmas Past

23 November 2012

Friday 14, Saturday 15, Thursday 20, Friday 21 and Saturday 22 December

Don’t get your tinsel in a tangle this Christmas - ditch the crowds and enjoy a stroll down memory lane instead. Step into Christmas past where a haven for shoppers awaits at Black Country Living Museum's Traditional Christmas Evenings on Friday 14, Saturday 15, Thursday 20, Friday 21 and Saturday 22 December 2012.

Shop 'til you drop and browse through stalls and, with just 30 shopping days left until Christmas, find last minute presents and stocking fillers from a variety of traditional gifts and crafts. There's a perfect present for everyone on your list with stalls including such goodies as fine preserves, beautiful handmade items for the hom

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Museum at Twilight

‘The Big Sleep Out' Comes to Black Country Living Museum

12 November 2012

 

250 local 15 to 17 years olds are expected to take part in a mass sleep out on Saturday 17 November at Black Country Living Museum.  They will join forces with other young people across 20 areas of the country as part of a national event entitled ‘The Big Sleep Out’.  A total of 3,000 young people are expected to participate across the country.

 

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lost property

Finders seek Keepers of Lost Property Treasure

01 November 2012

Lost treasures are on display at Black Country Living Museum where the Museum’s Lost and Found department is keen to reunite owners with their long-forgotten property.  Over the years the Museum has had hundreds of cuddly toys, dolls, rucksacks, satchels, coats, hats, glasses, walking sticks, mobile phones and jewellery handed in.  

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