Merging Captain Cook Birthplace Museum with Dorman Museum 'would save council £137,000'

Merging Captain Cook Birthplace Museum with Dorman Museum 'would save council £137,000'
 

Closing the Captain Cook Birthplace Museum and merging it with the Dorman Museum could save Middlesbrough Council £137,000, according to an external review.
Middlesbrough Council is carrying out a review into its cultural services, which has led to fears the Stewart Park facility, in Marton, could be closed.
Among the options under consideration are a merger of Captain Cook Birthplace Museum (CCBM) with the Dorman Museum (DM), with CCBM exhibits moving to the Linthorpe site.
If the council goes ahead with the plan, the study says it would save the local authority a total of £137,020.
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14 October 2016 in Regional North East, Views: 29
Source: Gazette Live
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