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The Sheffield culture guide written by in-the-know locals

In this online session, the Sheffield Museums learning team will be getting out some interesting objects from the collection and sharing the stories behind them. This time the theme is animals and nature.

You are also invited to bring along an object to show that relates to the theme – whether you have an ornament with a nature motif, a memento from a special landscape or a photo of treasured pet, please feel free to share it with the group for a friendly discussion. It doesn’t need to be a valuable antique, just something that means something to you!

This event will be taking place over Zoom. Please register via Eventbrite and you will be sent an email with joining details two days before the event.

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