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    Book on to our Behind the Scenes tour – Monday 29th July

    • 18th July 2013

    Have you ever wanted to

    Read a letter sent from the Titanic…    

    See William Shakespeare’s Marriage Bond…

    Watch our Conservator at work…

    Handle archaeological finds including Roman pottery?

     

    Join us on a ‘Behind the Scenes’ tour of Worcestershire Archives and Archaeology Service on

    Monday 29th July at 2pm

    £4 per person, tours last approx 1½ hrs.

    Book your place at the ‘Explore the Past’ desk on level 2 at The Hive, phone 01905 766352, or e-mail explorethepast@worcestershire.gov.uk

    One response to “Book on to our Behind the Scenes tour – Monday 29th July”

    1. Hugh says:

      Gorgeous!

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