Posts tagged with 'get involved'
On 2 August the Rainford Elizabethan Extravaganza will celebrate heritage crafts, celebrating the early industrial heritage of the village of Rainford, near St Helens. The Museum of Liverpool Archaeology Department have been working with the Merseyside Archaeological Society for the last year and a half on the Rainford’s Roots project, investigating the development of industry in the village. Read more…
14 July 2014 by Lucy
Did you know that the Museum of Liverpool is shortlisted to win the National Lottery Award for Best Heritage Project?
It’s a public vote, so we need everyone to get involved to help us clinch the top spot and make our city proud. You can vote here.
25 June 2014 by Lynn
Sarah Houghton, Fundraising and Membership Officer gives us the low-down on our recent Members’ Week:
“Our members enjoyed a fantastic week long programme of events recently as part of Members’ Week. Over 170 members took part in 12 exclusive events across all of our venues and learnt some interesting and unusual facts on our collections. Read more…
20 May 2014 by Lucy
The Museum of Liverpool has been selected as one of the best National Lottery funded projects of the last 20 years. We’re one of 12 projects in England competing for the ‘National Treasure’ title in a public vote.
The winner will be selected in a public vote, so we need your help to take us to the top by voting online.
More than £21 billion has been awarded to amazing projects across the UK since the National Lottery launched in 1994. The Museum of Liverpool received £11.4 million from the Heritage Lottery Fund towards its creation, and a number of other fantastic projects we’ve worked on have received funding including April Ashley: Portrait of a lady in partnership with Homotopia.
Voting is now open and closes at midnight on Tuesday 27 May. So what are you waiting for?
17 May 2014 by Kay
Today is International Day against Homophobia. It marks the day in 1990 when the World Health Organisation took homosexuality off its list of mental illnesses. This rainbow flag, which was the first ever to be flown above Liverpool Town Hall for International Day against Homophobia on 17 May 2009, is on display in The People’s Republic gallery, Museum of Liverpool. Read more…
13 May 2014 by Lucy
This year marks 80 years of Bayko, the Liverpool-invented model construction set.
Bayko constructions will be brought to the Museum from all over Britain to feature in this four-day event, and visitors can expect to see four foot models of the leaning tower of Pisa, Saint Mark’s Campanile from Venice, a large cathedral complete with chiming bells, a skyscraper and a 30 foot pier. Read more…
12 May 2014 by Lucy
Have you seen the new video about the Alzheimer’s Society’s Dementia Friends initiative? It features Gina, a lady we have worked with as part of our House of Memories dementia awareness programme. It’s a fanastic video encouraging us all to be more dementia aware. Read more…
11 April 2014 by Lucy
15 April 2014 will mark 25 years since 96 Liverpool fans lost their lives at Hillsborough during the FA Cup semi-final between Liverpool and Nottingham Forest.
The Museum of Liverpool – dedicated to telling the story of Liverpool and its people – is commemorating this date for all to see, recognising its significance and the city’s united grief for those who were lost but will never be forgotten. Read more…
Scouse is our city’s traditional dish. A stew often made with lamb, beef, or both, it originates from the word ‘lobscouse’, which was a stew often eaten by sailors throughout Northern Europe, popular in port cities such as Liverpool. By association, Liverpudlians are known as Scousers, and many have their own special recipies for this delicious Liverpool staple. Here’s our Head Chef Ben’s thoughts on Scouse: Read more…