You may already be familiar with the immaculately kept gem that is the Museum of English Rural Life. Located on Redlands Road a stone’s throw from London Road Campus and the Hospital, it’s tiny and beautiful, boasting an idyllic chicken-populated garden, peaceful café space, and completely non-stop milking of their slightly insane, completely viral, ‘absolute unit’ meme.Read More »
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The University owned Museum of English Rural Life has been awarded a grant of £175,000 from the Department for Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) and the Wolfson Foundation.
The museum hosts an extensive collection relating to the history of agriculture and farming in England.
With this new funding from the Wolfson Foundation and DCMS, the museum will now be able to make some of its hidden possessions available for viewing by the public.» >Read More »