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The National Coal Mining Museum for England hosts ‘Lest we forget’, a day of sharing stories about World War I

The National Coal Mining Museum for England is running an event in partnership with the Parish of Middlestown with Netherton as part of the project ‘A Parish At War’. The Museum’s event ‘Lest we forget’ invites the public to consider the impact of World War I (WW I) on communities in Yorkshire. Join local history experts from 10 am – 4:15 pm on Saturday 11 February 2017 for a day of sharing stories. Read more

The National Coal Mining Museum for England asks local communities to share memories of their mining heritage to be included in new exhibition ‘By the People, For the People’

In the run up to the National Coal Mining Museum for England’s new exhibition set to open on 3 April 2017, the Museum is hosting three events on 24 January, 28 February and 21 March, inviting local communities to join in an afternoon of reminiscing and sharing stories and experiences of their mining heritage, to be included in the forthcoming exhibition ‘By the People, For the People’. Read more

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