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News from Plymouth Museums Galleries Archives - December 2017

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Plymouth Museums Galleries Archives
News for December 2017

Is it really December already? Where has this year gone? We hope you’re looking forward to a Christmas break as much as we are. Before that we’ve got some great events lined up for you and hope to see you at one or more of them.

While we’re busy running activities around the city, a great deal of progress is being made on site as construction work for The Box continues. Keep checking our blog posts and YouTube channel for regular updates.

We’ll be back in January with another newsletter. In the meantime, best wishes for a happy Christmas and New Year and thank you for your continued support.

Winter Words
Join us for some winter-inspired tales at Waterstones, New George Street, Plymouth from 10am-11.30am this Saturday (2 December). A great antidote to the stress of Christmas shopping!
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Out and About
We’ll have objects from our handling collections and festive arts and crafts at events at Plymouth Guildhall on 2 December, Asda in Estover, Plymouth on 8 December and Tavistock Pannier Market on 9 December.
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Christmas Past
Our Lunchtime Talk on 5 December looks at how Christmas traditions have changed since WWI. Join speaker Dr Martin Johnes from Swansea University from 1.10pm at the Athenaeum.
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Sharing Memories
We’ll be at St Budeaux Library on 7 December for our next Memory Roadshow. Come along to this free informal event for a cuppa, a chat and to make new friends. We'll be sharing our memories of courting.
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Britain's Ocean City
Meet us at the Marine Biological Association on 9 December and take a special tour through Plymouth led by Professor John Spicer, exploring the city’s unique marine science history as we go.
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Events for 2018
We’re in the process of adding a number of new events and activities to our website. Take a look for more info about the great programme of talks, walks and family events we’ll be running in early 2018.
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We're moving our ‘Plymouth - From Destruction to Construction’ exhibition to Floor 5 in the House of Fraser from 9 December onwards! You will also be able to see information about The Box and our Museum On Tour activities near the Buy and Collect area on Floor 4. From 22 December you can also see two of our oil paintings on display in the 'Dartmoor: A Wild and Wondrous Region’ exhibition at the Royal Albert Memorial Museum and Art Gallery in Exeter.

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