By Rose Wallis
Issue 23, Summer 2011 pp 37-39
In August 2010, the Stokes Croft Museum opened: an unfunded venture, established to showcase the diversity of life in an area of Bristol renowned for its music and graffiti, but also its problems of crime, addiction and prostitution. Rose Wallis looks at this new ‘single-room’ heritage attraction, and how it reflects the many identities of the area.
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