- Save the National Media Museum in Bradford
Manchester and York can afford to lose a museum
i wouldn’t say that, yes maybe a museum about tubular bandages but not the national railway museum and the museum of science and industry! 2 of the best days out in their respective cities, ditto bradford. not sure if a petition on the internet is the way forward thoPosted 4 years ago
Read this… then gather your pitch forks.Posted 4 years agoprojectMember
unlikely theyll close, just be volunteer staff, and some redundancies, there is also the case for charging admission fees, but the overheads of charging usually wipe out the charge.
Quite a few museums run with limited staff and lots of volunteers, jsut look at the preserved railways.Posted 4 years agocranberryMember
Read this… then gather your pitch forks.
Perhaps you are accidentally missing the point that the Thatcher museum will be paid for and run with private funds – conservatives being rather less inclined to spaff other people’s money around like drunken sailors on shore leave.Posted 4 years ago
Not missing the point at all.
While the country is on its arse somebody, with the blessing of our leader, is prepared to spunk £15,000,000 on a museum to Thatcher, and at the same time these places that inspire and are held in awe by our kids are under threat.Posted 4 years ago
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