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#46 National Museum of Greenland

Museum Entrance (Photograph by David Howell)

My name is David Howell and I would like to adopt the National Museum of Greenland. Tell us a bit more about yourself I’m a PhD candidate and lecturer with the University of Wales, Newport, looking at the role of heritage sites and museums in the development of national identities. I mostly look at museums and […]

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#45 Egypt Centre

The Egypt Centre (Photograph by Beverley Rogers)

My name is Beverley Rogers and I would like to adopt the Egypt Centre at Swansea University. Tell us a bit more about yourself I have lived in Mumbles, Swansea for nine years from when I moved from the West Midlands to Swansea University in order to study for an undergraduate degree in Egyptology.  I […]

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#43 Caithness Horizons

Pictish Stones (photograph courtesy of Caithness Horizons)

My name is Sara Donaldson and I would like to adopt Caithness Horizons. Tell us a bit more about yourself I live in the very far north of Scotland, in a place called Caithness, although I’m originally a Yorkshire lass. I am a bit of a jack-of-all trades… I was a librarian, then my relocation north facilitated […]

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#41 Carlow County Museum

The interior of the museum (Photograph courtesy of Carlow County Museum)

My name is Patricia Dowling and I would like to adopt the Carlow County Museum. Tell us a bit more about yourself I’m a recent Marketing Graduate from County Carlow in Ireland.  I am furthering my education by undertaking an MSc in one of Ireland’s top universities, NUI Galway, later this year.  Although my background […]

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#39 Armitt Museum

The Armitt Museum (Photograph courtesy of Zoe Dawes)

My name is Alice Kershaw and I would like to adopt the Armitt Museum. Tell us a bit more about yourself I am a Heritage Regeneration Officer in Peterborough, working to advocate for the heritage organisations here, to help with asset regeneration and fundraising and to raise the capacity of the sector in its widest sense. Tell […]

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