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Learn what was Made in Grantham at museum exhibition




The newly invented caterpillar track being put through its paces outside Grantham in 1908.
The newly invented caterpillar track being put through its paces outside Grantham in 1908.

Grantham’s inventors and industry will be recognised with a special exhibition at the town’s museum.

‘Made in Grantham’ is the title of the upcoming display at Grantham Museum, in St Peter’s Hill.

It will feature objects and stories from some of the town’s best known companies, past and present, from bullets that helped to win the Battle of Britain, to the RapStrap, which secured a Grantham inventor a record investment on BBC’s Dragons’ Den.

The museum opens Thursday-Saturday, 10am-4pm.

Find out more about the museum and its events and exhibitions.



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