A hot weekend resulted in a lot of visitors to the museum and frustration with the air conditioning...
The fine weather over the Bank Holiday weekend resulted in over 2,500 visitors to the museum so a sterling effort by all to cope with one of the busiest times this year.
It was a busy week and weekend for the volunteers with lots of activity in various parts of the museum.
After many months of hard graft the new History of Personal Computing Gallery officially opens.
Another busy bank holiday weekend and we are able to open on all 3 days. Thanks to all the volunteers who gave up their time over the weekend.
A lovely day on Saturday brought in a lot of visitors and we had a good volunteer turnout as well.
After a very busy Easter weekend things returned to some form of normality this week...
With over 1000 visitors to the museum, it was a very busy Easter weekend for all concerned.
ACME removals were the order of the day with most of the volunteers relocating equipment.
After the musical interlude last week it was back to normal museum work this week...
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