We're celebrating our Ruby Anniversary this Easter

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    April 2018: "The founder of the Lakeland Motor Museum has made an honorary visit to our museum as we prepare to celebrate our Ruby Anniversary this Easter. The Museum first opened its doors on 1st April 1978, meaning it will officially turn 40 on Easter Sunday. In the last four decades, the attraction has welcomed 1.5 million visitors and is now one of the North’s leading heritage attractions, with a unique collection of 30,000 exhibits, including well over 150 classic cars and motorbikes. Ahead of the landmark anniversary, the Museum’s original founder Donald Sidebottom has paid a VIP visit to the Museum to look back at the major growth and investment that taken place since it passed over to its current owners, Winander Group Holdings Ltd....."
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    Lakeland Motor Museum
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    Link: https://www.lakelandmotormuseum.co.uk/about/news/were-celebrating-our-ruby-anniversary-this-easter
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    Added by: Simon Cotterill
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