Tel : 01652 637568 or 07972 637042

Registered Charity: 1114978

Community Heritage Arts and Media Project

Champ Ltd (Community, Heritage, Arts & Media Project) is a registered Charity which was established in 1998 to engage local communities in their heritage through the mediums of art and media.

Champ Ltd has worked on a wide range of exciting and very successful projects throughout the years. These have included working with diverse partners at local, regional and national level.

The Trust is now responsible for the management and development of a diverse collection of community buildings and projects in Barton upon Humber and its role and expertise continues to grow.

Our Partners

Guided Tour

Sunday 26th April, 2.30pm
Baysgarth House Museum volunteers will be conducting the first FREE guided tour of the museum. Visitors are requested to gather in the council chamber at the museum ready for the talk to begin promptly at 2:30.

Work Hard, Play Hard: A Toy Story

Friday 27th March- Sunday 21st June
Looking for something to do with the family this Spring?
In an area shaped by its industrial past, this exhibition looks at how that same past has helped shape the toys of children nationwide. From rag dolls to the doll fashonista, from wooden bricks to the nation’s favourite Lego, come and follow our very own Toy Story. Find out how your favourite childhood toys evolved. Play with our handling collections, add your favourite toy to our doodle board, or design the toy you think could be the next big thing! Exhibition to run until June 21st

 Philip Pape Exhibition Planned In June

This year Baysgarth House Museum will open an exhibition on Barton’s own Philip Pape. A well-known face around town during his lifetime, the sculptor and musician was responsible for many works of art around the town. Despite this, he has often not received the recognition he deserved, with very little information existing about him in the public sphere.
For this reason, the volunteer exhibition team at the museum would be most grateful for any information provided by those who knew him. If you have anything you feel you could contribute about this local artist, please contact Philippa Wood the museum development officer using the details below.
Tel:  01652 637568

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