North Lincolnshire Museum reopens after £150k refurbishment

North Lincolnshire Museum, Scunthorpe Image copyright Google
Image caption The museum has been closed since 24 December to allow for the refurbishment work to take place

A museum has reopened after undergoing a seven-week long, £150,000 refurbishment.

North Lincolnshire Museum in Scunthorpe was given £125,000 by the Arts Council England and £25,000 from North Lincolnshire Council.

It now boasts a new post-war gallery and revamped reception, gift shop and cafe.

The museum is marking its reopening with an exhibition of work by sculptor Harold Gosney.

John Briggs, North Lincolnshire Council's cabinet member for assets, culture and housing, said: "A lot of hard work has gone into the refurbishment and it will make a huge difference to the visitor experience."

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