Slough Museum is an independent museum in Berkshire, with a collection of over 6,000 objects and 5,000 photographs which tell the local history of Slough.
Torquay Museum, founded by the Torquay Natural History Society in 1844, houses extensive biological and Natural History collections of considerable scientific interest from the local area and beyond.
Woodhorn Museum, formerly Woodhorn Colliery Museum, is located in Ashington, Northumberland. Woodhorn Museum is part of Woodhorn Charitable Trust who also manage Berwick-upon-Tweed Record Office, Northumberland Archives, Berwick Museum and Art Gallery, Hexham Old Gaol and Morpeth Chantry Bagpipe Museum. Woodhorn is also taking part in our 5-Year Study
The Royal West Academy of England (RWA) is England’s only regional Royal Academy of Art. RWA showcases national and international visual art, featuring today’s foremost artists, including Royal Academicians, alongside great artists from the past, with the aim of inspiring and nurturing creative talent today.
Bliston Craft Gallery is part of WAVE (Wolverhampton Arts & Heritage). Formerly Bliston Art Gallery and Museum, Bilston Craft Gallery was established in 1999 to bring the best of contemporary craft to the West Midlands, and explore the rich heritage of skilled industrial design and production in the region. Craftplay is Bilston Craft Gallery’s award […]
Derby Museums is an independent trust and organisation run for, and on behalf of, the people of Derby. Derby Museums manages Derby’s three museums, Derby Museum & Art Gallery, Pickford’s House and the Silk Mill. Derby Museums are participating in our 5 year Study. “The skills and knowledge which we have developed as an organisation […]
Leeds Museums & Galleries care for nine heritage sites, museums and galleries across the city including, Kirkstall Abbey. Kirkstall Abbey is a ruined Cistercian monastery, dating from 1147, in Kirkstall north-west of Leeds city centre. The abbey is surrounded by public park land on the banks of the River Aire.
Abergavenny Museum, founded in in 1959, is set in the grounds of a Norman castle. The museum is funded by Monmouthshire Country Council run as part of a group including three other local museums. “We are a small team with four permanent officers working across three museums. There’s lots of cuts and insecurity at the […]
Ceredigion Museum in Aberystwyth occupies a former theatre and cinema. The museum has a collection of some 60,000 objects relating to local craft and industry, the majority were made or used in the county between about 1850 and 1950. Ceredigion is also taking part in our 5-Year Study
Gwynedd Museum & Art Gallery cares for objects and artworks collected by Bangor University. Now run by Gwynedd Council, the Museum and Gallery is located near the cathedral in a Grade II former Canonry.