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Clifton Park and Museum 12h
We have been awarded funding from from the Covid-19 Emergency Response Fund. The grant will be used to involve communities with three of our Heritage sites – Catcliffe Cone, Keppel’s Column and Waterloo Kiln.
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@HE_Yorkshire Jun 1
We've awarded £38,000 from our Covid-19 Emergency Response Fund. The grant be used to involve communities with local heritage sites Catcliffe Cone, Keppel’s Column, and Waterloo Kiln. Image: Christopher Thomas
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Clifton Park and Museum Jun 1
Replying to @renniken
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Clifton Park and Museum Jun 1
Replying to @RothTheatres
....well you're not wrong
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Clifton Park and Museum Jun 1
It's time for more No Context Collections. Caption this! In fact, don't just caption it. Please tell us what it is!!!!
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Clifton Park and Museum May 31
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Clifton Park and Museum May 29
HOW COULD YOU BE SO HEARTLESS? We're sticking with the Kanye theme for this week's headline of The Weekly Social Distance.
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Clifton Park and Museum May 29
That side part if a gift to the world.
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Clifton Park and Museum May 29
Urgh that suit, that hair. I don't know how to properly process these feelings. Move over BTS there is a new man for this museum.
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Clifton Park and Museum May 29
The first 17 chapters are just a very detailed description of Mike Flowers Pops.
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Clifton Park and Museum May 29
The audiobook is read by Stephen Fry.
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Clifton Park and Museum May 29
A tale of collections, friendship and a love to last the ages. It's a three volume, 3400 page epic.
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Clifton Park and Museum May 29
I can't believe it took us all these weeks of curator battle to end up here. It feels like fate. Like we were always meant to end up here. Just a bunch of museums and Mike Flowers Pops.
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Clifton Park and Museum May 29
Somebody next day delivery me some smelling salts. I'll be over here on the floor waiting
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Clifton Park and Museum May 29
Where was our warning before unleashing all the power on us. We swooned.
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Clifton Park and Museum May 29
That kind of pure animal magnetism cannot be contained in gif form
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Clifton Park and Museum May 29
In that exact way but if possible with more sustained eye contact. The village butcher is single and he doesn't play an instrument so there are still options. The Nunnery is always taking people as well. We look good in black and white.
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Clifton Park and Museum May 29
He insisted on playing Wonderwall.
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Clifton Park and Museum May 29
Replying to @YorkshireMuseum
It's the height of the middle ages. You have a date with the guy from the village who rocks a tunic and can really play the lute. He gives you this. You prefer silver as you are more of a cool tone person. The date ends awkwardly.
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Clifton Park and Museum May 29
Replying to @YorkshireMuseum
It's 1784. You are sitting for a portrait. It's been days. It's nearly finished. You suddenly remember you forgot to take your two Fitbit's off. A lady needs to look stylish and get her steps in.
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