- Women chainmakers inspect the restoration work of the Steam Hammer and Anchor Forge.
- Donors celebrate the opening of the Brook Entrance - an activity space for children and adults.
BCLM preserves the unique history of the Black Country for generations to come, by taking care of our unique heritage buildings and objects.
Our ambitious projects allow us to bring 300 years of Black Country history to life, and reach new audiences to tell their stories. Our educational programmes ignite the same spark that saw engineering, industry and manufacturing flourish at the peak of the Industrial Revolution. This important work can only be achieved with your generous and much needed support.
Explore some of our current fundraising projects and activities.
BCLM: Forging Ahead
Help us to complete the story of the Black Country with this exciting major site development.
Revitalising the Racecourse Colliery
This development will bring this forgotten area to life, telling real stories of real people
Take a look at some of our most recent fundraising campaigns, and find out what happened next. We'd like to thank all our funders for helping to make this work possible.
Restoring the Black Country's only working Steam Hammer.
Refurbishing the Museum's first tram, No. 5 , a 1920's Tividale single-decker.
Repairing Birchills, one of the last surviving day-boats.
For more information, contact the Development Team on 0121 557 9523 or email email@example.com.