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What became of Queen Victoria’s would-be assailants?
Bryan Charnley was a British artist who sought to capture in paint the experience of schizophrenia. On the occasion of an upcoming exhibition at the Museum of t
This month's 'In The Frame' is kindly contributed by reader Jenni Lidyard, who looks at Valerie Potter's, 'Untitled'.
Thanks to U3A volunteer, Peter Charles, for sharing his research on the Sports Cup.
Thanks to U3A volunteer, Peter Charles, for starting us off with an interesting insight into the history of the nit comb.
Read the latest news from our Manisons in the Orchard project.
Over a period of 12 weeks, volunteer researchers from the University of the Third Age (U3A) have been delving into the past of some of the museum’s collection o
This month's 'In the Frame' is written by volunteer, Kirsten Tambling.
Dr Nick Hervey examines the historic role of the police in royal protection in the fourth in a series of twelve guest posts.
Find out more about the life and work of artist Charles Sims.
Read more about the life and work of artist Madge Gill.
Find out more about the life and work of artist Jonathan Martin.