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New Lichfield exhibition explores impact of the swinging sixties

Museum volunteer Carole Griffiths shows visitor Sarah Lampet-Wood a 1960s wedding dress which will feature in the new exhibition

Museum volunteer Carole Griffiths shows visitor Sarah Lampet-Wood a 1960s wedding dress which will feature in the new exhibition

An exhibition of memorabilia from the 1960s is taking place in Lichfield.

Lichfield Museum at St Mary’s in the Market Square will welcome clothes, records and photographs from the decade which brought us The Beatles, mini skirts and the beehive.

Volunteer Peter Griffiths said: “The 1960s was such an iconic decade and we are excited to launch this exhibition to show the designs and fashions of the swinging sixties.”

The exhibition will run from Monday (March 3) to June 30. Lichfield Museum is open Monday to Saturday from 9.30am to 3.30pm. Admission prices to the museum are £2.50 adults, £2 concessions, £1 children over 5 or £6 for a family. Children go free during the school holidays.

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