The Gainsborough Heritage Centre are holding a new exhibition called ‘Mine’s a Pint’ which opens on 28th November and runs till 16th January 2016.
The pubs in Gainsborough were an important part of the cultural aspect of life for workers from the factories of Marshalls and Roses, to the workers who came to Gainsborough, via the busy wharfs and warehouses on the River Trent, to the pubs which ran the length of Bridge Street.
The Centre on 12 North Street is open on Saturdays from 9am until 3pm and the 2nd and 4th Sundays of the month from 11am until 4pm. During the week the Centre is open on Tuesdays from 10am until 3pm. The exhibition entry fee is £1.50 to non-members of the Association. The standard yearly membership fee for members is £10 and the benefit of this is free entry to all of the Centre’s exhibitions.
Further details can be obtained about the Heritage Centre by email: firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.gainsboroughheritage.com or call 01427 610526.
Innovation in Museum Displays was led by Professor Graham Black and Deborah Skinner, lecturers at the Nottingham Trent University Centre for Museum and Heritage Management. They were supported by Stephen LeMottee and Charlotte Pratley, of East Midlands Museums Service.
The aim of Innovation in Museum Displays was to encourage dialogue between the museum and the user and to get visitors talking to each other. The project ran from 2013 and involved eight East Midlands heritage organisations. Although the funding has now ended the project leaders are investigating how to continue to build on this activity. If you would like to stay informed, please sign up to the EMMS mailing list at www.emms.org.uk.
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