News in February 2014

  • Feb 25

    Tour Times This Week

    During South Yorkshire half term week we are running Life in the Ice Age tours at the following times:

    Tuesday 12:00 and 14:00

    Wednesday 12:00 and 14:00

    Thursday 12:00 and 14:00

    Friday 14:00

    Rock Art tours will begin again in March.

  • Feb 19

    Vacancies at Crags Edge Cafe

    2 x Seasonal Coffee Shop Assistant (March-October)   

    We are seeking a friendly, enthusiastic and hard working person to join our busy Catering/Coffee Shop operation. Duties will include, serving customers, housekeeping and food preparation. Training will be provided however experience in catering or retail would be an advantage.   National Minimum Wage Hours are variable and will include regular weekend shifts.    

    For further information please call 01909 720378 or visit www.creswell-crags.org.uk.   

    Application by Application Form (available at the museum’s reception or downloadable from the About Us section of the website) and covering letter to: Catering Manager, Creswell Crags Museum & Heritage Centre, Crags Road, Welbeck, Worksop, Notts or by email to info@creswell-crags.org.uk.     

    CLOSING DATE FOR APPLICATIONS: Monday 3rd March 2014, 5pm. 

    INTERVIEWS: Provisionally set for Thursday 6th March 2014.

  • Feb 14

    New Director at The Crags

    After a quarter of a century working on the pre-historic collections at Creswell, Ian Wall left the Crags for the (supposedly) sunnier climes of Cornwall at the end of the year.  He will long be remembered for his tremendous achievements and we all wish him the very best for the future.

    Our new Director is Roger Shelley, who comes with a wealth of experience from Derby, and before that, Chesterfield Museums.  A local and social historian by background, Roger is looking forward to getting to grips with the fascinating Ice Age and Stone Age evidence centred on Creswell and the limestone plateau. ‘The Crags are a powerful source of inspiration and pride for the people of north Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire. The team at the Visitor Centre and their many partners are all set to build on their previous great work, and I’ll be working with them to bring the story of this country’s earliest human history to life for new audiences – Creswell’s message is really one for our times, as all life strives to evolve in a world of dramatic climate changes.’


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