This from the BBC News website today:
Graham King of the Witchcraft Museum is certainly determined to be open by Easter. He has had flyers printed up announcing that the doors will be open by 25 March.
“I’ve been working seven to seven most days, I’ll be working through Christmas. I’ve got to be open by Easter or I’ll be bankrupt,” he says.
But he is feeling very positive. Precious artefacts have been salvaged, and he has been “overwhelmed” by the support he has had from other museums and previous visitors, as well as a “large cheque” from the flood appeal.
There is a quiet determination to get back to normal by Easter
Without that help, would he have been able to survive thus far?
“It would have been bloody close,” he says. To view the full article click here.