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Savo Djordjic Nov 18
Always good to be back on campus, especially learning about Geology on a mini field trip to the and I finally found the famous Old Joe picture spot 🦖📷
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Sandy Hetherington Jan 21
Really excited about my visit to later today to give the first Lecture of 2019 about Carboniferous fossil rooting systems. Free entry, 17.00-18.00
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UoBTeach_Physics Dec 19
Our trainees this morning enjoying exploring science learning outside the classroom with a visit to
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Circus 250 Aug 28
We each can make a difference. tackles climate change with joy and action 🤸🏻‍♂️🤸🏻‍♂️🤸🏻‍♂️🤹‍♀️🤹‍♀️🤹‍♀️🎩🎩🎩
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Miss Sherlock Nov 18
Great today with my exploring our on-campus museum! So many great opportunities for school visits, both primary and secondary. Photos show glow in the dark minerals, a rock wall and a toilet seat (with a cool story)
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Francesca Ring Mar 7
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Lapworth Museum Nov 29
Are you up to the challenge this ? This image from our collection is a structural geologists dream. Can anyone guess where this image from our archive was taken?
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Miss Marston Nov 18
Thank you for a day of SKE and sharing practice and 🌍🦖🦑🐚
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I Played The Game Jul 24
Getting stoned with the kids
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Lapworth Museum Nov 14
Happy Birthday to the National Lottery! During our £2.7m redevelopment in 2014 provided the Museum with a transformative grant of £1.5m. Thank you for supporting UK Heritage!
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Bob Nicholls Sep 12
Back to how the life-size was made, tweet 6. Back to for filming, the clay sculpture is discarded, home for spray painting, & finishing on-site.
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Bob Nicholls Sep 5
Here's how the life-size () was made, tweet 4. Transported home to my workshop, covered in silicone, divided by "shim," & cased in GRP to create a mould.
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Lapworth Museum Nov 27
Yesterday evening we welcomed 148th Birmingham Beaver Scouts into the museum! They explored the collections, met Roary and made a fossil ammonite to take home
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Joe Roberts May 19
The is also worth a visit if you’re in Birmingham!
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Shivam Joshi Jul 8
My standard ritual after submitting my last assignment for this year...walking around a museum! 🤓
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Louisa Moore Mar 3
What to do on a wet Sunday afternoon?
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Lapworth Museum Oct 31
We've had a brilliant day of spooky face painting and creepy crawly crafts at the museum today, even our learning team got painted! Thank you for joining us for the day!
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jayjayjjetplane Jun 10
Three years ago today the Lapworth Museum re-opened to the Public. It's a privilege to work here and be part of the team. Happy birthday to Us!
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Lizzy Goodger Aug 29
🦖🦎🎵 Isn't she lovely, isn't she wonderful 🎵🐊🦕 Isla the Ichthyosaur looks fabulous! Come and visit her if you can!
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Hannah Cornish Jun 9
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