Tag Archives: Learning

Volunteer Steph is a finalist at the West Midlands Volunteer Awards!

Last week we were thrilled to learn that museum volunteer Steph is a finalist at the West Midlands Volunteer Awards. Steph is a finalist in the Special Award: Audiences category in recognition of the work she has done to develop … Continue reading

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In Commemoration – Nuneaton Charter Day 1907

I’m really looking forward to our next Hands on History session on Saturday 18 March, which explores objects from the museum collections created specifically to commemorate events of local and national significance. An object I am excited to share with … Continue reading

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Life in Miniature

Inspired by our exquisite collection of miniature portraits by May B. Lee, November’s Hands on History session explores the world in miniature. One of May B. Lee’s beautiful miniature portraits of a young girl called Barbara will be presented for … Continue reading

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Lunchtime Talks in 2014

I’ve just finished putting together the programme for the Lunchtime Talks throughout 2014 and hopefully we have something to suit all tastes and can make your lunchtime a little bit different! Just to give you a taster of what’s coming … Continue reading

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‘Agis Quod Agis’

On 20th December 1913 Edward Ferdinand Melly got his wish from the Council granted. If they would buy a plot of land in RiversleyPark, he would pay to have a Museum built. To celebrate this amazing event we are bringing … Continue reading

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We’re going Green!

We’re going green and its not because we have been eating too many sweets.  We have just put together a project to try and make the way we work more environmentally friendly. Our first task is to apply for a … Continue reading

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Touch Down

Museum Assistant and volunteer Steph Smith put the final touches to one of our Touch Base sensory points last week in our George Eliot Gallery. The multi sensory Touch Bases are located around the museum with each base having a … Continue reading

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