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NATIONAL JUSTICE MUSEUM AND CITY OF CAVES TO TEMPORARILY CLOSE TO THE GENERAL PUBLIC
The National Justice Museum and the City of Caves have been advised they are among the organisations that must temporarily close under new Covid Tier 3 restrictions being introduced across Nottinghamshire.
Our closures will be effective from Friday 30 October and are likely to be for at least the next 28 days from this date.
We fully support this measure as the right thing to do to combat Covid-19 in the interests of all our visitors, staff and volunteers in the current circumstances.
So, keep in touch with us on social media to find out what is happening on-site and to keep up with what we are still doing in the ‘social sphere’. There’ll be plenty of great stories from our Museum and Caves history books, and social media is the place for our breaking news.
Even with recent emergency government support, closure will still impact on our independent charity. We rely heavily on visitor income to keep going in the long term.
If you have bought a ticket that is now affected by the closure, please consider holding on to it for use at a later date – we will honour all tickets sold that have been affected. Otherwise, please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org about a refund.
PLEASE SUPPORT US
You can help us through this difficult time in other ways too.
We know we will meet again soon. And, we are looking forward to that day, hopefully in the not too distant future.
From Victoria (CEO) and all the team at the National Justice Museum and City of Caves.