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Museum of Kindness – Staff Edition

In 2020 Tees Valley Museums made a Museum of Kindness with school children and now in 2021, when we think kindness is just as important, we want to make a new Museum of Kindness with our staff in time for World Kindness Day on 13th November 2021. Museums usually collect physical thing but sometimes there are important things to collect that you can’t put in a case or on the wall. These moments, these feelings, these stories can get lost in history because they are not always so easy to collect or display, we hope you enjoy visiting it below.

Lisa, Cultural Officer, Museum of Hartlepool and Hartlepool Art Gallery

Georgina, Museum Manager, Hartlepool Borough Council

Julie, Hartlepool Borough Council

Tracy, Family Inclusion Officer, Tees Valley Museum Group

Alison, Cultural Ambassador, Redcar and Cleveland Council

Lauren W, Cultural Officer, Hartlepool Borough Council

Laura, Hartlepool Borough Council

Caroline, Cultural Officer, Hartlepool Borough Council

Stephanie, Culture and Tourism team, Redcar and Cleveland

Liz, Education Development Officer, Kirkleatham Museum

Sarah, Learning Officer, Head of Steam – Darlington Railway Museum

John, Project Manager, Tees Valley Museums Group

Two men in navy uniform sit on what appears to be the deck of a ship, one of the men has his arm round the other who is sitting lent forward with his elbows resting on his knees and his hands clasped together in front. The men are laughing like they have just been caught telling jokes. The photograph is in sepia.

David W, Head of Culture, Hartlepool Borough Council