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Just wondering if GEM colleagues have had to deal with any health and
safety issues concerning  hands-on quern stones and other grinding
exhibits - and if you have any advice on how these have been addressed

All advice gratefully received

 

Emma

 

 

 

 

Emma Webb

Learning Manager

National Museums Scotland

Chambers Street

Edinburgh

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Tel: +44 (0) 131 247 4267

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Fascinating Mummies - mummies as you've never seen them before. National Museum of Scotland, 11 Feb-27 May. www.nms.ac.uk/mummies

National Museums Scotland, Scottish Charity, No. SC 011130
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