Dean Heritage Centre reopens after two-week closure

Dean Heritage Centre A number of archives that were in the store room during the fire have been sent for restoration

A museum in Gloucestershire has reopened after it was closed for a fortnight for repair work.

The roof and a store room at the Dean Heritage Centre were damaged by fire in December 2009. A number of archives have been sent for restoration.

A centre spokeswoman said the building was shut so that scaffolding could be erected, and reopened earlier on Saturday.

She said the repair work was expected to take another four to eight weeks.

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