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Prof Cox said: really looking forward to coming to Whitehaven to visit the museum. Science and engineering are vitally important, and Whitehaven has a strong association with both through its historic links with the nuclear industry.
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The museum will again be open to the public from this Saturday and Prof Cox will be in town on Friday, May 30 for the official re opening of the harbourside attraction.
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queue ahead of the museum opening to the public at 1pm, will have the opportunity to attend a lecture from Prof Cox. Entrance will be on a first come first served basis.
Julie Betteridge, Copeland head of customer and community services, said: are delighted to welcome Elizabeth to the organisation at a time when The Beacon has undergone such exciting changes and has a great future ahead. She brings lots of experience to the role, along with qualifications, commitment, enthusiasm and a strong background in museum learning activities in local communities. prices to The Beacon have been reduced. They are now (old prices in brackets): Adult ( Child ( Concessionary ( Family ticket for two adults and up to three children (previously and only two children were included). Under fives still get in for free. The Beacon is closed Mondays (except during school holidays and on Bank Holidays). Open Tuesday to Sunday, 10am to 4.30pm. Last admission 3.45pm.
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is the first step towards lifelong fascination, and I can wait to see just how inspiring the exhibition is. Cox, famed for his hit BBC shows, will assist Baroness Verma, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for the Department of Energy and Climate Change as she formally opens The Sellafield Story.
Sellafield Ltd stakeholder relations director, Rory O said: us to have the chance to tell the Sellafield story in an award winning museum, and community asset, was too good an opportunity to pass up. added: is the backbone of the community in West Cumbria, and nuclear has been at the heart of local industry for over 60 years. It is important to us that people get to hear that story, told in an interactive way that engages with visitors young and old. official opening on May 30 takes place Nike Air Vapormax Grey from 10am with the museum open to the public from 1pm.
First published at 10:43, Thursday, 22 May 2014A vehicle for Sellafield propaganda spiced up by the charming Prof Cox pitching nuclear woo.
Copeland Borough Council leader Elaine Woodburn said: very exciting for us to have someone of such standing coming to the re opening. This is a really exciting time for us as we prepare to re open the museum and I think Copeland residents and visitors are going to love it. under threat museum has been saved from closure, thanks to a pledge from Sellafield Ltd worth million over the next five years.
Ms Kwasnik, 53, will take up her role as Beacon director from June 30. The museum has been without a manager/curator since the sudden death last June of Sue Palmer.
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