We are delighted to announce that from January to June 2019 the Rumble Museum is running an Our Planet Season.
This season is a celebration of the amazing diversity of life on earth, and explores natural history and biofacts, latest scientific discoveries, as well as the rich human history of our planet. The season includes a wide range of exciting events, exhibitions, talks, workshops, film viewings and other activities. It includes our Festival of Natural History & More on 27th March, as well as a Global Awareness Festival, a Stargazing Evening, a bird exhibition, and a number of pop-up events throughout the next few months.
There will also be a range of competitions and projects, including our Dragonfly Trail project.
This season is an especially exciting season as we also celebrate submitting the Rumble Museum’s final application for full Arts Council Museum Accreditation. Our Planet Season will be able to showcase the many exciting exhibitions and artefacts in our collections in a variety of new ways. You can keep up-to-date with our latest announcements, projects, events and other items on this blog. We will be updating this site regularly so do pop back to see what’s new.
We look forward to seeing you at an Our Planet event soon!
The Rumble Museum at Cheney School is a unique partnership between an educational charity and a school. The Iris Project, a charity which promotes learning about the ancient world, is working with Cheney School to grow a museum within a school. We are working within the Arts Council Museum Accreditation Scheme.
The Museum is named after Jamie Rumble, a young man who devoted his life to improving the lives of young people.