Monthly Archives: November 2014

More photographs of Museums Alive at the Marsh Trust awards at the British Museum

It was very exciting to be able to go to London with some of the Museums Alive volunteers to receive a Marsh Trust award for Volunteers for Museum Learning. When I set up the project, jointly with Health and Social … Continue reading

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The Assembly Rooms social history exhibition is launched!

Greetings from the Heritage Guy – it’s been a while! I am most pleased to report that, after many months of planning, consulting, artefact hunting, text writing, collaborating and designing, the Assembly Rooms social history and heritage exhibition was launched … Continue reading

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Museums Alive volunteers win Marsh Trust awards for Volunteers for Museum Learning, regional award for Scotland

The Marsh Trust awards for Volunteers in Museum Education recognises best practice and the innovative ways in which volunteers work in museums and galleries to engage the public with collections. The Museums Alive volunteers have been awarded the regional award … Continue reading

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Stall at Family History Day at Central Library

If you are free today, 15 November, nip down to Central Library. There are stalls and events from 10.30-4.00.

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