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15th October 2009
40,000 people saw the Hoard - visitors came from UK and abroad.
Almost 65,000 people visited
Visitor figures for the
The display of the hoard was unprecedented, with previous finds of this nature going directly to the
The Staffordshire Hoard, which academics believe dates from the late 6th to early 8th century AD, was declared treasure on 24th September and has been cared for by
Visitors have come from far and wide right across the country and abroad. From
Cllr Martin Mullaney, Cabinet Member for Leisure Sport and Culture said: “I am overwhelmed by the public response to the unprecedented display at
“Working together with our partners, The Potteries Museum and
A fundraising appeal has been launched to keep the Staffordshire Hoard in the Midlands Region. Birmingham City Council and Stoke on Trent City Council are working jointly to acquire the Staffordshire Hoard. Find out how you can donate on the Support Us page or if you would like to donate online you can go direct to the Charity Choice website to support the appeal.
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