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Here we look at two rings in the museum collection which date from the mid-eighteenth century and are said to have belonged to William Cowper.
The counterpane in Cowper’s bedroom is made of cotton, and was finished in about 1790. It was made for him by one of his female
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Museum Development Officer Fixed Term Contract: April 2022 –April 2023 3 days per week This role is suitable as a freelance or employed post Salary: £ 20,000 per annum or fixed fee. IF EMPLOYED plus pension, annual leave of 20 days pro rata Location: C&N Museum and remote working. The post requires travelling to meetings
Fixed Term Contract April 2022 – October 2023 4 days per week (0.8) The role is based at the Museum with opportunities for home working when appropriate Reports to: Cowper & Newton Museum Trustees Salary: £26,500k per annum Amazing Grace 250 – Celebrating a Diverse Legacy Role overview: Made possible by money raised by National
Amazing Grace 250: Celebrating a Diverse Legacy Today the Cowper & Newton Museum in Olney is celebrating after receiving a grant from The National Lottery Heritage Fund of £98,760 towards their exciting heritage project, ‘Amazing Grace 250 – Celebrating A Diverse Legacy’. Made possible by money raised by National Lottery players, and match funded by
The Cowper & Newton Museum in Olney has been awarded a £93,800 Heritage Lottery Fund grant National for the next step in its refurbishment programme