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Latest news from the Lapworth Museum of Geology.

February Half Term at the Lapworth Museum

February Half Term at the Lapworth Museum
Description
Join us during February Half Term to welcome our newest mascot!
Date:
10/02/2017

Congratulations to Roy Starkey

Congratulations to Roy Starkey
Description
Lapworth Museum volunteer wins The Marsh Award for Mineralogy
Date:
07/02/2017

Museum receives Higher Education Funding

Description
The Lapworth Museum has been successful in securing annual funding from the Higher Education Funding Council for England's (HEFCE's ) competitive Museums, Galleries and Collections Fund, which recognizes its considerable contribution to research and scholarship within the UK and globally.
Date:
19/01/2017

'Full Accreditation'

'Full Accreditation'
Description
Museum is awarded full accreditation
Date:
20/12/2016

'Glorious Gifts'

'Glorious Gifts'
Description
Why not browse our gift shop?
Date:
20/12/2016

'The Passing of Time a Temporary Exhibition

'The Passing of Time a Temporary Exhibition
Description
The Lapworth Museum of Geology is proud to host, as their first temporary exhibition, the work of GCSE & A Level Art students from King Edward VI Handsworth School for Girls.
Date:
15/12/2016

'Opening Reviews'

'Opening Reviews'
Description
The Lapworth Museum of Geology has been open six months, and the staff here at the Museum have been overwhelmed by the fantastic feedback they've been receiving.
Date:
10/12/2016

'Events at the Lapworth Museum of Geology'

'Events at the Lapworth Museum of Geology'
Description
Get yourselves out of the cold and into the warmth to enjoy festive frivolity whilst surrounded by Birmingham's favourite fossils!
Date:
08/12/2016

'Museum Mascot'

'Museum Mascot'
Description
The Lapworth Museum of Geology would like to introduce its newest member of staff, created by our talented volunteer Julian! The only problem is we don't have a name for them yet.... Will you help us?
Date:
08/12/2016

'Forgotten Footprints'

'Forgotten Footprints'
Description
A recent paper published by University of Birmingham Palaeobiology & Palaeoenvironments undergraduate Luke Meade, PhD student Andrew Jones and Senior Research Fellow and Lapworth Museum Academic Keeper Dr Richard Butler, highlights the importance of ancient climate as a driving force for the rise of reptiles.
Date:
05/12/2016
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Lapworth Museum new FREE lecture series starts 5th October 2015, visit our Education and Events link for further information.