Beamish Museum's ambitious 1950s village project given a £10.9m boost

Beamish Museum's ambitious 1950s village project given a £10.9m boost
 

Beamish Museum’s 1950s village project has been given an “amazing” £10.9m boost.
The £17m Remaking Beamish project will see a 70-year-old North East village recreated at the popular attraction, complete with a cinema and aged miners’ homes.
Visitors will be able to stay overnight in a Georgian Coaching Inn and it is hoped that the new area will allow the museum to extend its work with dementia sufferers.
The Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) gave the grant to the County Durham attraction, meaning work can now start on the project in the winter.
Bosses at the museum hope the development could help... read more

 
13 October 2016 in Regional North East, Views: 37
Source: Sunday Sun
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