Educate Salford, 4th September I'm sat down having Just got home from the Imperial war museum, in Manchester, where i've been helping out in the galleries, helping people around. In this role , i'm occasionally stood by the information station, where various objects to do with the first and second world war are on display … Continue reading Show n Tell
Hoped to see something special - and I wasn't disappointed
Enthusiasm Young minds wondered aimlessly around the museum space hearing the sounds around them as they found their place The colour returned - to their eyes upon seeing my trolley - to my surprise and hearing a colleague veterans tale it was like we'd found the holy grail Stories were told as they wore … Continue reading Capture it….
11th November 2016 Imperial War Museum North, Trafford, Manchester It was Armistice Day today I was attending Imperial war museum north, in preparation for their Volunteer Celebration Choir with the Museum of Science and Industry and The Manchester Museum But for Two minutes today - we stood in silence to remember those who fought and were lost … Continue reading Two Minute Silence
#Weekendcoffeeshare Sat in a coffee house of Italian Style Giving my feet a rest for a while having traversed the floor of a great gallery my feet need a rest - and I start to agree I order a late lunch - between two bread rolls and sit down at table to rest up … Continue reading Thursday Afternoon 4PM
Monday Afternoon saw me returning back over the Bridge to the Home of the Imperial War Museum in the North, on the Trafford side of the Manchester Ship Canal Today has seen me on the Information point Handling trolley, where visitors from all around the country have been able to look at objects and pick them … Continue reading New Day of Vollying
A poem on the branch of Imperial War Museum in Trafford, Greater Manchester. Another Earth has Landed on the banks of the canal, Broken in three by the hammer called War. You climb the Stair to reach the pole. As darkness falls, on earths remains. Following a line, commemorating time that has … Continue reading Imperial War Museum (North)