Curiously enough, the last sentence of the original is correct, the
organisation is called the Society of Antiquaries of Newcastle upon Tyne.
See http://www.newcastle-antiquaries.org.uk/ for details.

Gordon

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Sent: 20 April 2010 10:34
To: nsp@cs.dartmouth.edu
Subject: [NSP] Re: morpeth museum site and more time travel




>todays' world.

How many todays is that? Or is this what passes for punctuation in today's
world? ;-)


The text ain't that bad. An obvious typo, wrong tense, superfluous spaces
and a bit of wordiness.

I'd suggest the following revision.
>*
>The Bagpipe Museum has been housed in Morpeth's medieval Chantry buildings
since 1987 and is home to a unique collection, centred on the bagpipes
collected by William Alfred Cocks (1892 - 1971), a clockmaker
from Ryton, near Newcastle.**
The collection now belongs to the Newcastle upon Tyne Society of
Antiquaries,
and the Museum is supported by Castle Morpeth Borough Council.*
csirz



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