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Revitalising the Museum of Cambridge
Wednesday 13 February @ 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
The Museum of Cambridge (formerly the Folk Museum) is going from strength to strength as it transitions to a new volunteer-run model and focuses on sharing the stories of Cambridge and the surrounding area. Annie Davis will talk about the museum and the transition to this vision:
‘Visitors will enter an historic space that is central to the story of Cambridge and the surrounding area. They will leave feeling like they have explored the region in all its character and discovered the secrets and stories that have shaped what they see today.’
Annie is the Transitional Project Officer at The Museum of Cambridge and has been leading on the HLF funded Resilience Project since June 2018. She grew up locally, attending Chesterton Community College and Hills Road and was a frequent user of the museum as a child.
This talk will be at the school (in the Community Hall at the rear), not the library which is a building site. Car parking is available at the school
Space is limited and these talks are ticketed. Please apply to the Friends of Milton Road Library by email to firstname.lastname@example.org by leaving us a note at the temporary library.
Tickets are free to current members of the Friends of Milton Road Library and £3 per person to non-members (payable on the door).