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Museums Services encourage online interaction as buildings are closed in response to COVID-19

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BT Coleraine

Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council’s Museum buildings have been closed as part of the response to COVID-19.

The move means that Ballymoney Museum is shut to the public immediately, along with Green Lane Museum in Limavady, Ballycastle Museum and Coleraine Museum in Coleraine Town Hall.

A council spokesperson said “Museum Services will now focus on its online resources to support those who are self-isolating or caring for others. There’s a wealth of material to explore on our website www.niarchive.org, where you will find collection archives, oral history archives, publications, exhibitions and activities for children.

Museum Services remain committed to helping people access local history where we can and hope that everyone gets through the challenging weeks and months ahead.”

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