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This exhibition is concerned with Fleetwood's unique and fascinating history as Lancashire's first planned Victorian seaside town and its subsequent development throughout the two last centuries. An amazing collection of images and objects, all related to fleetwood but with varied subject headings, such as entertainment, recreation, shops, business, sport, streets, buildings, railway, fishing, docks and more...
A fascinating insight in to a town to which Sir Peter Hesketh Fleetwood gave both his name and his fortune.
People are amazed about who they know in the photographs and many have enjoyed reminiscing about long forgotten facets of their lives. Don't miss it ....
Egypt's Sands to Northern Hills-due to unforeseen circumstances this exhibition will not be shown now at Fleetwood-we sincerely apologise to anyone who wished to visit this here.
21st June - 2nd November 2013
2012 marked the centenary of the sinking of the Titanic on the night of 14th April 1912. This new exhibition at Fleetwood Museum explores not only the disaster and what happened on that terrible night, but also Lancashire's connections to the tragedy.
From the early origins of the White Star Line in Lancaster, to the many Lancashire people who lost their lives on board, to the local reaction as news of the tragedy came through, the exhibition will highlight how the now infamous events touched the lives of many people in our region.
Please use the links: Family Friendly & Friends of Fleetwood Museum to find out more about our other events for 2013.
Fleetwood Museum Trust was established in 2006 to help keep Fleetwood Museum open when it was threatened with closure. The Museum remains open thanks to the work of the Trust and volunteers, working in partnership with Lancashire County Council. The Trust relies on the contributions of its supporters to maintain and improve the quality of the collections and displays and to enhance the visitor experience. Please consider making a donation to support our work.