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A Panorama Of Preston’s Past At The Museum Of Lancashire

Posted on - 25th April, 2013 - 7:00am | Author - | Posted in - History

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There is an interesting History talk taking place at Museum of Lancashire as part of the Preston People Panorama exhibition which is currently on display in the main gallery. The exhibition features over 70 panoramic photographs of Preston based groups and organisations, captured by award-winning photographer, Jan Chlebik.

This talk by Dr Keith Vernon, Head of History at the University of Central Lancashire, will explore some of the stories and history behind a selection of the photographs for a personal view of Preston’s past.

The talk is free of charge but booking is advisable due to limited capacity Рplease email Dovetail to book your place or for more information. Refreshments provided

Sunday 28th April, from 3:00pm – 4:00pm, Museum of Lancashire

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