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Published 29th Nov 2011

Dorman Museum

The popular Marton Grove Primary School exhibition has been running since October 11 at the Dorman Museum and will continue until Friday, December 23, offering people the chance to see fascinating and rarely seen photographs from the school’s history.

Former pupils and staff are also invited to a coffee afternoon in the education rooms at the Dorman on Friday, December 2 from 1pm to 3pm.

Visitors will have a chance to browse the free exhibition, share reminiscences and look through photograph albums over a cup of tea with a slice of cake - or possibly a mince pie, as it’s almost Christmas!

The exhibition is open on Fridays from 1pm to 3pm from December 2 to December 23.






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