The exhibitions cover one or several modules covering the 9 strands of equality as defined by The Equality Act 2010.
To read some feedback from recent visitors please click on the link below.
In addition to this we now have exciting content provided by Mala Vadgama Photography, a range of photos that aim to bring the issue of mental health in the BAME community to the forefront. We also have content by Alexander Paul Foundation, a registered charity who support young people socially and academically engaging with organisations to enable access to mental health professionals where needed. Coming later in 2020 is content in conjunction with The Great British Community which will challenge your knowledge of the backgrounds relating to some of the UK’s most cherished idols.
** Please note: All exhibitions are bookable out side of the hours stated below. If you wish to attend out of hours then please contact us on: 01908 667750 and we will try our best to accommodate your request.
We have made some adjustments to the exhibition to ensure your safety in line with COVID-19 guidelines. We do ask that you pre-book your visit in advance. Exhibitions will not operate if the area concerned is considered to be in any of the tiers categorized as high or extremely high by the Government. This also means the closure of an exhibition if an announcement is made during the advertised dates of opening.
We will request that all visitors use the hand sanitizing stations that are available. The interactive stations have temporarily been removed but we will keep reviewing this in line with government guidelines.
Walk in’s will be accommodated where possible.
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For more information on the Exhibition please contact: The Charity Team on 01908 667750 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
We are saving about £30,000 a year on storage space for all of our donated items.Sharon