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Christmas in Conservation

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What a busy month we have had within the Conservation team! We have been showing the public how we clean our copperware, planning closed weeks in the New Year at two of our sites, and preparing the Royal Pavilion for Christmas including an enchanted forest in the Music Room, several missing cats and a beautiful Christmas tree inspired by our own copperware collection. It really is stunning.

Photo of Christmas tree in Great Kitchen of the Royal PavilionAutumn is one of the nicest times to visit the Pavilion as the Palace is slightly less busy, although this is in contrast to our own work at the Pavilion – so who knows you will probably see us out and about on the floor and if you chance upon us (we wear shirts with conservation logos) please stop and ask us what we are planning to do next.

Gaye (Assistant Conservator)