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25 August 2021
Wisbech Museum asks public's views on the digital way forward
How would you like to engage with museum collections online? That's what Wisbech and Fenland Museum is asking local people.
03 August 2021
Profile of local activist Thomas Clarkson raised by anti-slavery cycle ride
Local anti-slavery activist Thomas Clarkson's campaigning horseback rides across Britain have been re-enacted on two wheels by 75-year-old cyclist...
23 July 2021
Wisbech Museum presents TV's Time Team archaeologist
Find out about the pre-history of the Fens from archeologist, author and TV presenter Francis Pryor, who's giving a free...
08 July 2021
Wisbech & Fenland Museum shortlisted for national Family Friendly Museum Award
Wisbech & Fenland Museum has been shortlisted for the Kids in Museums Family Friendly Museum Award, it was announced today.
25 June 2021
Schools' Summer Show opens this Saturday at Wisbech Museum
While restoration works have closed the main galleries of Wisbech and Fenland Museum for the summer, the Wisbech Schools' Summer...
08 April 2021
Work starting this month to save Wisbech and Fenland Museum from worse damage
Scaffolding is up for work to begin this month on urgently-needed repairs to fix the leaking roof of Grade 2*...
25 March 2021
Thomas Clarkson’s campaign chest on loan to Cambridge Festival exhibition
Local slavery abolitionist Thomas Clarkson's campaign chest in the keeping of Wisbech and Fenland Museum forms the basis of a...
16 February 2021
“Modern Slavery won't go away on its own”: Anti-Slavery conference to go ahead online
Britain's Independent Anti-Slavery commissioner Dame Sara Thornton will open an online conference this month about tackling the exploitation and trafficking...
28 January 2021
Historic England awards up to £616,000 to save historic Wisbech and Fenland Museum in Cambridgeshire
Historic England gives up to £616,000 to save Grade II* listed Wisbech and Fenland Museum in Cambridgeshire. This substantial grant...