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Museum Revs Up for Half Term

12 February 2013

Saturday 16 – Sunday 24 February 2013

  •  Museum revs up for transport themed activities
  •  Half Term Discovery Trail reveals region’s motoring history

Black Country Living Museum is revving up for a terrific transport themed half term with quizzes and activities guaranteed to get your motor running from Saturday 16 – Sunday 24 February.

Swap classrooms for cobbled streets and a timetable of holiday fun as the Museum’s Transport Discovery Trail takes time travellers back through 100 years of Black Country motoring history.  Discover fascinating facts about the region’s rich heritage and its links to Sunbeam’s lan

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Wordsmiths Wanted for World’s Largest Library

08 February 2013

 

  • Museum Appeals for Wikipedia Writers
  • Writers Group to Meet Once a Month

Black Country Living Museum today launched an appeal to encourage people with a passion for the past to put pen to paper and write about it. 

The Museum, whose collection was awarded Designated status by the Arts Council England in February 2012, hopes to use Wikipedia to reach a wider audience and make more of its collection accessible. 

 

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