East Riding of Yorkshire Council’s Museums Service will be having a museum drop in day at Pocklington library on Tuesday, 18 June.
This is part of their ongoing North Wolds Heritage Project, which aims to improve the knowledge they have and the service they are able to provide in this part of the area.
It is an area with a rich heritage where the council does not have any museum sites. As such, the museums service wants to bring objects from their collection into the area to share them with local communities, and to invite the public to bring their knowledge and memories, and any ideas as to how the service might better represent this area.
Assistant curator Alfred Williams said: “We’d love to share our collection with you, and we need you to share your expertise with us! Please come along, see what we’ve brought, and bring us your memories and stories. If you have any objects or photographs you think we should know about and would like to show us, bring them along too.”
The session will be in Pocklington library on Tuesday, and will run from 10.30am – 4pm.
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