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Birmingham Pen Trade Heritage Association

 

Birmingham Pen Trade Heritage Association

The Birmingham Pen Trade Heritage Association is a registered charity,[1] located in the independent museum known as The Pen Museum in Birmingham, England. The charity is based within the museum, and the museum is run entirely by volunteers. The charity began in 1996 as an informal gathering of people with an interest in pen history within Birmingham, and became a registered charity in 1997.[2]

Most of the volunteers at The Pen Museum are also members of the Birmingham Pen Trade Heritage Association. The charity’s members also include those who have visited or regularly visit the museum, those with an interest in history, pen collectors and those who worked in the trade.[3]

Details of Membership scheme (part of the museum’s form of upkeep with running costs based entirely on donations) can be obtained by contacting or visiting the museum in the first instance.

References

  1. ^ Birmingham Pen Trade Heritage Association, Registered Charity no. 1064945 at the Charity Commission
  2. ^ 'The Pen Museum
  3. ^ Pen Museum News

External links

  • Official website
  • Facebook


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