• Guests including Kristen Stephenson Volunteer Management and Good Practice Manager at NCVO enjoying the Jewish Museum’s ‘For King and Country? The Jewish Experience of the First World War’ exhibition.

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    Jewish Museum launches London Volunteers in Museums Awards 2014

    On 9 June the Jewish Museum held a special launch private view for those involved with the awards. The London Volunteers in Museums Awards (LVMA) is proud to announce that the Jewish Museum will serve as the venue for the 2014 awards ceremony. The LVMAs have been held annually since 2009 and celebrate the achievements and service of the approximately…

  • Clockmakers Museum

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    Clockmakers Museum

    Founded in 1813, and now situated at Guildhall in the City of London, the Clockmakers’ Company Library  was originally a library of ancient manuscripts of the Company, but soon grew to include many printed books, often presented by their authors, or annotated by famous clock and watchmakers. The Clockmakers’ Library is now celebrated for its holding of rare clockmakers’ workbooks and related…

  • Geffrye Museum

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    Geffrye Museum

    The Geffrye focuses on the urban living rooms and gardens of the English middle classes.  Our collections show how homes have been used and furnished over the past 400 years, reflecting changes in society and behaviour as well as style, fashion and taste. A series of period rooms lead visitors on a walk through time from 17th century oak furniture and panelling, past muted…