[rurallife] Fwd: Fw: What’s Britain’s most family friendly museum?

  • From: AlexaBarrow@xxxxxxx
  • To: rurallife@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Fri, 15 Feb 2013 05:45:57 -0500 (EST)

Please can I ask you all to support an application by following 
instructions in this email.  Judy's work with schools and families certainly 
an award.

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  • From: "tinaron@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx" <tinaron@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: AlexaBarrow@xxxxxxx
  • Date: Wed, 13 Feb 2013 19:46:08 +0000 (GMT)

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>To: "Judy"<schools@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
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Britain’s most family friendly museum?
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>What’s Britain’s most family friendly museum?
>The Telegraph Family 
Friendly Museum Award has been launched -  the biggest museum award in 
Britain. As you’ve already signed up in support of the Kids in Museums 
Manifesto, you must already be on the way to being very family 
friendly. Now it’s your chance to say why your museum should win. Ask 
your visitors why they think you deserve the most sought after title in 
the museum sector – Britain’s most family friendly!
>Historian and 
broadcaster Dan Snow, Patron of Kids in Museums, says ‘It’s great that 
there’s an award which rewards museums and galleries for listening to 
what families really want. I know how important getting a museum visit 
right is. My passion for history began when I was a child. I remember 
being taken to museums, castles, battlefields and galleries across the 
UK. Back then, they were a pretty intimidating place for a child. My 
sisters and I could identify the one museum with interactive push 
buttons and demanded to be taken back again and again. Museums are 
really changing, the displays, re-enactors, operating steam engines are 
all a far cry from the sssshushing and wall panels of my childhood. 
This award is another spur for museums to keep innovating. It’s hardly 
surprising that every museum wants to be voted Britain’s best for 
>How to make a nomination for the Family Friendly Museum 
>Anyone can make a nomination – staff, volunteers, trustees, 
supporters. But don’t forget to ask your visitors to contribute, too. 
The Award is a great opportunity for them to let you know what you do 
best, and where you could do even better.
>To make a nomination, just 
say why the museums is the most family friendly museum and deserves to 
>Email: award@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
>Post: Family Friendly Museum 
>Kids in Museums
>49-51 East Road
>London, N1 6AH
for the Award close on 10 May 2013. The longlist will be announced in 
The Sunday Telegraph and on the Kids in Museums website in May 2013.

>Let everyone know you’re going in for the Award. Get a free Quentin 
Blake illustrated Telegraph Family Friendly Museum Award A2 poster to 
display by clicking here (mailto:poster@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx?
subject=Please%20send%20me%20an%20Award%20poster!) .
>Find out more 
about the Telegraph Family Friendly Museum Award from our website 
  and The Telegraph 
>Want some copies of our Kids in Museums Manifesto? Then send us 
an email (mailto:manifesto@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx?subject=Please%20send%
20me%20a%20copy%20of%20your%20manifesto) .


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