Head of Service: John Paddock
The Museum Service is a discretionary service, which cares for the approximately 1,000,000 archaeological and social history objects in the District’s collections. These collections are of the highest heritage merit and are significant both nationally and internationally. The Service displays and interprets these objects at the Corinium Museum, Cirencester. The Service manages the Resource Centre at Northleach and the Lock-up, Trinity Road, Cirencester. The work of the Museum Service includes:
- The provision of advice and information on archaeology, social and local history of the District;
- The long term care and preservation of the District’s collections;
- The provision of exhibitions and displays interpreting the unique heritage of the District;
- The provision of an education service to schools;
- The provision of an outreach service; workshops, children’s activities and programmes for Life- long Learning;
- The interpretation of the collections through exhibitions, education programmes, talks and publications;
- The provision of an object identification service.
Please see related link below to the Corinium Museum web pages.
Corinium Museum, Park Street, Cirencester, Gloucestershire, GL7 2BX
Telephone: 01285 655 611