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Last chance to vote for us!

26 July 2018 by Richard

A World Cup final, Wimbledon final  – and on Friday, the last chance to vote for the International Slavery Museum for this year’s National Lottery Fund Good Causes Award – July has it all.

If we are to judge the success of a museum by the amount of trophies and prizes it has been awarded though; it would in my view miss the point. And in our case this is good as we have technically not ‘won’ that much these past 10 years even though our work and ethos – and in particular our educational programmes with young people – are globally recognised and seen as exemplars within the field of museums and social justice.  Read more…

Blog it! Vote for the Museum of Liverpool!

22 July 2014 by Lucy

Image of Paul Martin

Paul Martin from Flog it! thinks you should vote for the Museum of Liverpool. Image courtesy of BBC

With the deadline fast approaching to vote for the Museum of Liverpool for a National Lottery Award, we’ve had another famous face tell us just how much they love the Museum.

Paul Martin from ‘Flog it!’ has visited Liverpool several times with the show, and we’ve welcomed him and the team to the Museum of Liverpool twice. ‘Flog it!’ were lucky enough to get inside the Museum when it was still under construction, so Paul has seen it grow from the beginning.  Read more…



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