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|Title:||Investigation cultural activity for, with and by children and young people in historic houses in the East Midlands: A report for the Mighty Creatives by RCMG|
|Publisher:||Research Centre for Museums and Galleries (RCMG), University of Leicester|
|Abstract:||[From executive summary] The East Midlands is a region that is rich in historic houses from stately homes such as Chatsworth in Derbyshire and Belvoir Castle in Leicestershire to small scale historic houses such as Ayscoughfee Hall in Lincolnshire. There is a patchwork of ownership across the region; the majority (around 70 per cent) are privately owned and lived in, others are managed by local authorities, charitable trusts, English Heritage and the National Trust.|
|Appears in Collections:||Reports, School of Museum Studies|
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