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Our Home Too

Our history is for everyone.

It's also about everyone...


In 2019 we'll be bringing you 'Our Home Too' thanks to a very generous grant from Amesbury Area Board.

‘Our Home Too' is an exhibition about immigration and how it's made Wiltshire the way it is from the Stone Age to the 1960s. It will be mostly a handling collection with lots of associated activities and demonstrations. We'll be putting on public displays and talks locally in the Library and History Centre but we're also looking for schools, residential settings and other groups in the Amesbury area that might be interested in having a free visit with this collection. 


We’re very lucky to have some great partners on this, including:
Amesbury History Centre
Amesbury Library

Our visits and shows will be available from February 2019 for free in the following fabulous places:

Allington, Amesbury, Tilshead, Orcheston, Shrewton, Wyle, Steeple Langford, Berwick St James. Stapleford, Great Wishford, Durrington, Figheldean, Milston, Bulford, Wilsford cum Lake, Woodford, Durnford, Cholderton, Newton Tony, Idmiston, Winterbourne and Winterbourne Stoke.


As part of the project we'll be working with a people who are suffering from social isolation or loneliness. In four sessions we're hoping to take a group of strangers and form a working team to deliver part of the project. It'll be basic training in the art of making museums happen! And, more importantly, a chance for people to make some friends along the way...


You can find an application form below, which you can fill in for yourself or, if you're an organisation that supports people in Wiltshire, for your clients. Just email it back to us. 


We would ask you to make contact with us first to discuss the project. 

Our Home Too (Amesbury) Application Form
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