The Dudson Museum is now open again following closure earlier this year for major repairs to the building.
The Dudson Museum has been awarded the Staffordshire Environmental Quality Mark (SEQM); and is the first museum to attain this prestigious award!
At the Dudson Museum, we are always delighted when enthusiastic collectors and dealers share their 'finds' with us. A recent case involved an intriguing piece that was found in a £5.00 box of miscellaneous items at a car boot sale.
This year The Dudson Museum stayed open until 9pm during 'Light Night' on 18th November, a concept that offered residents and visitors the opportunity to experience Stoke-on-Trent from a fresh perspective.
The overall aim of this recently launched programme is to present The Dudson Museum to a new, younger, wider audience, who may never have heard of the museum, or know much about the region's social history.
Eric Knowles (probably best known for his expertise on 'The Antiques Roadshow), was at The Dudson Museum recently, filming an episode of the BBC programme 'Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is'.
The Dudson Centre in Hope Street, Hanley, returned to its pottery factory roots for one weekend only.