The people of Bath are being asked to help shape the future of the city’s Fashion Museum.
The 50-year-old council-run attraction is looking for views on how it should develop in the next decade.
People are welcome to express their views, up to February 17, on what exhibitions should be on display at the attraction at the Assembly Rooms, what services it should offer to locals, visitors, schools and fashion students, and with which organisations should it seek to develop partnerships.
B&NES cabinet member Councillor Cherry Beath (Lib Dem, Combe Down) said: “The Fashion Museum houses one of the world’s great museum collections of historic and fashionable dress. It’s been designated as a collection of outstanding national significance and was recently listed as one of the world’s top ten fashion museums.
The council is appealing to the public to help us build on this success by telling us their views so we can ensure that the museum continues to be at the cutting edge of what people want and offers everyone the chance to enjoy a wide variety of culture and creativity.”
To take part, email email@example.com or visit the Assembly Rooms foyer.