Bring your items to Stockwood Discovery Centre
Have you got an object that tells a story about Beds, Herts and Bucks?
Maybe a memento of a local event, an item of clothing from an iconic shop, or simply something that reminds you of a family story that deserves a wider audience?
If so, join Gill Gauntlett and BBC Three Counties Radio at
Stockwood Discovery Centre
in Luton for a special programme as part of the BBC's History of the World in 100 Objects on Saturday 20th February.
Gill will be joined by experts from local museums to talk about the artefacts that remind us about our area's amazing history.
Find out what makes an interesting historical object - and what's worth hanging onto now!
Gill will be joined by local experts
Alongside a look at some of the historic objects at the museum, and from museums around the Three Counties, Gill also wants to talk about the objects you have that tell a story of the area's history.
So, bring along your object, have it photographed, and added to the
History of the World
website, and share that story with the rest of Beds Herts and Bucks!
Don't worry if you're not a techno-wizz, there will be plenty of people on hand to help you out.
Gill will be broadcasting live from 11am-2pm.
There will be FREE events and activities for all the family from 10.00am until 4.00pm.
When: Friday 19 February 11am-5pm.
Where: The Paper Trail, Frogmore Paper Mill & Visitor Centre, Apsley, Hertfordshire. For directions visit
Paper Trail directions
What: Bring your interesting historical object along, have it photographed and added to the BBC's A History of the World website.