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A gallery talk by Pam Wood on the stories and history of Chatham Convict Prison
7pm on Thursday, 26 September 2013 at Chatham Dockyard ‘Steam, Steel and Submarines’ gallery.

Please enter through the main gate on Dock Road as opposed to the ‘Visitor Entrance’.
Parking available next to the gallery by the side of the river.
Tickets cost £2 payable on the door.

It is advised to book in advance as seating is limited in the gallery.

For bookings please call 01634 822261 or email deputycurator@re-museum.co.uk
http://www.bromptonhistory.org.uk

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On Thursday 22nd August, 7pm, Mrs Lauren Jones the Collections Care Officer at the Royal Engineers Museum will be giving an evening talk filled with tips and techniques for how to look after your collections and mementos at home.

The evening will provide a general overview on how to look after personal collections including how to look after textiles, archival (paper) material, medals and metals.
Booking is advisable and there is an entry fee of £6 per person.

There will be time after the session to meet Mrs Jones to discuss your own concerns to please feel free to bring along your items for discussion on the night (no weapons please!).
For bookings or for more information please call 01634 822261 (please leave a message if you cannot get through) or email deputycurator@re-museum.co.uk

Places are limited for two special guest lectures running alongside the exhibition “Exploring Antarctica: The Final Expeditions of Scott & Shackleton”, showing in No. 1 Smithery: The Gallery at The Historic Dockyard Chatham until 30th August. Read More

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