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The Public Consultation into the museum (“Your Stories, Your Museum”) has begun and to get involved you need to contact heritageservices@guildford.gov.uk


The Heritage Team has now launched its public consultation You can find out more information in the latest Heritage Programme and you need to contact the heritageservices@guilford.gov.uk to get involved. Please let me know how you get on. I have contacted the team and will let you know when I hear back.

We must embrace this opportunity. The latest Heritage Events programme invites the public to “share their ideas about what happens in the museum”.

Here is the full statement

Your Museum is changing

Through the ‘Your Stories, Your Museum’ project we hope to get more local people involved with the life, work and future of their museum. We would like to invite you to join staff and volunteers to help to shape events, activities and displays at Guildford Museum for a wide range of visitors to enjoy. The project is now underway. It will continue through 2017 involving people from the community, inviting them to share their ideas about what happens in the Museum.

We’d like local people to help identify the big Guildford stories that the museum can explore through new displays, and the ways in which those stories are told. Local people can help develop themes and content for the changing exhibition programme, and the activities and events which will run alongside. We will be planning a variety of ways through which you can do this.

During 2017 we will be asking you what you think about what happens in the museum now and what needs to be done to ensure that visiting is an enjoyable and inspiring experience.

If you would like to learn more about ‘Your Stories, Your Museum’, which is funded by Arts Council England, and how you might be involved, contact us at heritageservices@guildford.gov.uk

We look forward to welcoming you here.



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