So proud to be supporting this partnership project and showcasing our collection on the high street. https://t.co/zdp7UjvqkL
23 November 2020
We’re behind this all the way... https://t.co/93lNjcmCOs
21 November 2020
Professor Jonathan Barry’s 2020 Joyce Youings Memorial Lecture has recently been posted on YouTube. … https://t.co/Unx4teonV9
17 November 2020
This week's invitation to create is, appropriately, bird-themed! Can you create a drawing or painting of a bird you… https://t.co/ijSHsT7HKM
14 November 2020
Western Times, Nov 12, 1918. ‘High-street became immediately transformed into a jubilant, cheering mass of citizen… https://t.co/6XryYeLb44
11 November 2020
Did You Know?
Librarians used to live in the cottage at the rear of the Institution. The first Librarian, John Squance, lived here from 1813 with his wife and daughter, Eliza. In 1849, Eliza was appointed his successor – one of the first female librarians in the country.