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Rarely seen find at museum

PUBLISHED: 09:42 02 February 2010 | UPDATED: 16:30 30 June 2010

Rarely seen objects at Great Yarmouth's Time and Tide Museum are to go display on Thursday thanks to the efforts of curious school children.

The exhibition features items such as a baby's gas mask, a swill basket, hand drill and duck lamp which were chosen by pupils of six local schools during a history workshop using objects rarely displayed.

Rarely seen objects at Great Yarmouth's Time and Tide Museum are to go display on Thursday thanks to the efforts of curious school children.

The exhibition features items such as a baby's gas mask, a swill basket, hand drill and duck lamp which were chosen by pupils of six local schools during a history workshop using objects rarely displayed.

Museum bosses were so impressed by the children's work in finding and researching the items they decided to hold the Children's Choice exhibition for their friends, family and fellow pupils in the museum's education room from 11am on Thursday.


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