Lancashire museum used in King's Speech to close

Lancashire museum used in King's Speech to close
 

A cotton mill museum that appeared in the Oscar-winning film The King's Speech will be closed to the public from Friday due to council budget cuts.
Queen Street Mill Museum in Burnley is among five museums owned by Lancashire County Council that will shut although they will open for school visits.
Along with Helmshore Mills Museum, which will also close, the Burnley museum is the last working example of Lancashire cotton spinning and weaving.
The council plans to save £65m by 2018.
Councillor Marcus Johnstone, cabinet member for environment, planning and cultural services, said:... read more

 
30 September 2016 in Art & Culture, Views: 37
Source: BBC
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