Workington Heritage Group
One important role of the Workington Heritage Group, through the Helena Thompson, is to interact with the people of Workington and visitors to the area. This is achieved through presenting exhibitions and displays, interaction with visitors using museum artefacts and talks on the different aspects of lifestyle as portrayed in the museum.
An additional and possibly more essential role of the Helena Thompson is that it provides a facility for a significant number of social groups on an affordable cost basis, resulting in a footfall of around 2000 people per month, the majority attending social activities. The Helena Thompson fulfills a role beyond that of a traditional museum and is very much a community venue.
The Workington Heritage Group is made up of volunteers who are committed to the aim of preserving the heritage of Workington. We consider the Helena Thompson fundamental to the heritage of our town.
The group are actively working on projects to improve, upgrade the buildings and develop the range of activities taking place at the museum.
Become a “Supporter of Workington Heritage” and be part of a growing number of people who support the work of the group. All we ask is you pay a donation of £12 per annum.
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