This blog is about museum things that have caught our attention from events and exhibitions to new discoveries in the collections.
#Vote100: Celebrating the History of Women
Posted on: 16th March 2018 By: Stef Eastoe
Shirley Williams was born in London in July 1930. She was the daughter of feminist writer Vera Brittain and Sir George Caitlin, a political scientist and philosopher. Williams joined the Labour party and became MP for Hitchin in the 1964 election and she...
Museums and Wellbeing Week
Posted on: 9th March 2018 By:
This week it is Museums and Wellbeing Week. Below are five things that the NHS have found to help to boost our mental wellbeing. We have come up with a few suggestions of how you can do these in the museum. Connect –...
#WomensWork100: E Day Helmets
Posted on: 6th March 2018 By:
For International Womens Day, alongside the First World War Centenary Partnership, we are celebrating the work women did during the First World War. There were many factories in St Albans during the First World War and today we are focussing on the...