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Rutland County Museum is the perfect introduction to England’s smallest county, with displays of archaeology, history and rural life.
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Rutland Radio Jun 5
The travelling documentary Don't Drown Our County starts it's tour of venues today Club, it'll be there for a week and take in 8 venues in all, finishing at the end of July, all thanks to and
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RutlandCountyMuseum Jun 5
A great exhibition, many congratulations to everyone involved. Do go and take a look as it travels around Rutland.
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Rutland Community Ventures Jun 4
Just one day to go before our exhibit begins its journey around - it stays a for a week in each location and it’s free! @HeritageFundEM
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Rutland Adult Learning and Skills Service Jun 4
This week is the last week for our 2019 Arts exhibition at - you can see it tomorrow, Friday or Saturday between 10am and 4pm 🎨
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RutlandLordLieutenant May 12
5oth anniversary of was celebrated yesterday with a free Family Fun Day & for children from 4 years upwards. A great way to entertain youngsters who made some lovely felt glove puppets. Thanks
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RutlandCountyMuseum May 9
Here are some of the great crafts you can make this Saturday at the Museum as part of our Get Creative and 50th Anniversay event! £2 per child and adults FREE 10am - noon & 1pm-3pm Don't miss it! Activities are suitable for all the family.
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Rutland Adult Learning and Skills Service May 8
Come and see our 2019 Arts exhibition at 🎨 The museum is open Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays, 10am - 4pm.
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RutlandCountyMuseum May 8
Meet members of the Rutland Quilters Guild as part of our this Saturday. Ever wanted to try quilting? - have a chat to guild members and have a go! 10.00 - 3.00pm
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RutlandCountyMuseum May 8
Time to at Rutland County Museum this Saturday 11 May! Help us celebrate our 50th Anniversary. £2 per child and adults FREE.
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RutlandCountyMuseum Apr 25
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Rutland Adult Learning and Skills Service Apr 18
Thank you so much - we are very proud of our learners and the work they have produced!
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Rutland Community Ventures Apr 17
This interactive screen will be visiting various locations across over the summer showing excerpts from our documentary about the making of . @HeritageFundEM
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RutlandCountyMuseum Apr 11
Vintage from the 1920s to the 1970s will feature in our summer exhibition: What is your all-time favourite board game?
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RutlandCountyMuseum Feb 27
We're almost there - the Rutland Open Art Exhibition opens to the public on Saturday!
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RutlandCountyMuseum Feb 15
⚡️ “The Museum is 50 This Year!”
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RutlandCountyMuseum Feb 15
Our next week will be celebrating the Chinese Drop in on Monday 18 Feb (1.30-3.30pm) or Wednesday 20 Feb (10am-12noon or 1.30-3.30pm). No need to book and it's just £2 per child (under 4s and adults free!)
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RutlandCountyMuseum Jan 25
Opening tomorrow, Arts For Rutland Youth Open Art Exhibition running from January 26th until February 22nd. Come and spot the next David Hockney!
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RutlandCountyMuseum Jan 25
Marc Allum (Antiques Roadshow) and Duke's Auctioneers will be at Rutland County Museum on Wednesday 30th January 2019 from 10am - 3pm for a free valuation day. For more information contact Ginny Heathcote Ball on 01664 454426 ginnyhball@gmail.com
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RutlandCountyMuseum Jan 18
Look out for our programme of events and displays to mark this milestone. This photo shows some of the work being undertaken during 1967/68 to convert the old Riding School - we have cleaned up since then!
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RutlandCountyMuseum Jan 18
Rutland County Museum celebrates its 50th birthday this year! The museum was officially opened on 12th May 1969 by the Duchess of Gloucester. This was the culmination of ten years of hard work by the 'Friends of the Museum' to establish a county museum.
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