I visited with my disabled mother and we were made most welcome despite having baggage that was stowed for us and a folding wheelchair- there was no sense that we were in the way, even with an ex-factory get together that day, and it was an unexppected delight to meet one of the Antiques Roadshow team. All the displays with audio commentary were well presented and accessible with a wheelchair, and some of the background social history put different types of wares in their context. We may now be able to make a good attempt at dating porcelain we see in antique shops!
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