RAMM About Town: Exeter Museum partners on consultation on the future of the high street 6 Jun 2022

The Royal Albert Memorial Museum in Exeter is among the partners for a new pop-up public consultation on the future of the high street, ‘RAMM About Town’. The programmed pop-up space is based in a former GAP shop on Exeter High Street for a month until 11th June. Inside, visitors are given information charting the evolution of the street over the past 2,000 years, alongside opportunities to create their own ideas for the city centre in LEGO and Minecraft sessions. To give perspective, there will be the opportunity to handle some of RAMM’s related collections and a presentation from the local archaeology project A Place In Time. Other partners are University of Exeter, Exeter City Council and Art Work Exeter who are together thinking about how high streets can evolve. City Council Director of Planning and Development Ian Collinson said “we are excited to offer the public the opportunity to let us know what they think about the future of their High Street, in a fun and creative way. The feedback we receive will feed into the Exeter Plan, informing the development of our wonderful city.” RAMM