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Southern Reporter article 17.9.20

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Southern Reporter article 17.9.20
Sep 17th 2020 | Rob Longworth

Trimontium Trust feature in Southern Reporter article

News of our re-opening made the Southern Reporter in September, as we were able to welcome visitors to the museum again after the Covid lockdown restrictions over the summer months.

Take a look at the piece that made the paper, or you can read the article on The Southern Reporter‘s website.

Thanks to a surge of interest since we threw open the doors again, we have been on the lookout for new volunteers to help run the museum on a daily basis.

Our volunteers are a huge part of the museum’s success, and we love working with so many people who have a fantastic knowledge and passion for Roman history.

If you’re interested in volunteering, please get in touch with us on or call 01896 820629, or find out more by heading to our volunteering page.

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