From pumps in the street to hot and cold running water in every house, the Daventry home has been transformed in the last 100 years. Technology and prosperity have turned what was once for the wealthy few into the norm. People would take their buckets along to the water pump − usually located somewhere central like the market square. It would no doubt have been a good spot for catching up on local news and gossip: today’s office water cooler equivalent.
Don’t forget to bring your finds to the museum today so that Ellie, Finds Liaison Officer for Northamptonshire, can examine them – she’ll be here from 10.30am to 2.30pm #archaeology The Portable Antiquities Scheme Whilst you’re here why not see something new and discover the very talented exhibits created by #Daventry The WI (National Federation of Women’s Institutes) #InternationalMuseumDay #IMD2018
Ellie Cox, Northamptonshire’s Finds Liaison Officer, will be here at the museum tomorrow from 10.30am to 2.30pm examining your finds! The Portable Antiquities Scheme #archaeology
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