Hope Streets: A Festival of Creativity and Connectivity for young people, by young people.

A youth solidarity T-shirt project has begun at Tullie House Museum and Art Gallery in collaboration with M-Unit, funded by #CelebrateNationalLottery25

Tullie House Museum has joined the government’s Eat Out to Help Out scheme which starts in August.

Tullie House Museum has changed its opening hours and sped up the phased reopening plan

On Wednesday 8 July, we'll once again open our doors to welcome back visitors for the first time since closing on the 18 March. As part of the phased reopening, the museum will operate with reduced opening hours to help gauge demand and to carefully manage the charity’s running costs.

Tullie House Museum and Art Gallery has released a survey to understand the public’s feelings about visiting the museum when it reopens.

Cumbria’s Borderlines book festival has announced the cancellation of its 2020 event because of the continuing uncertainty over the Covid-19 pandemic.

The not-for-profit festival takes place annually in Carlisle in October, and 2020 would have been the seventh festival.

This week, those parts of Cumbria’s economy that have been closed have gradually started to re-open, with retailers getting back to business, and hospitality, leisure, arts and culture preparing for a July re-start.

Like many museums around the UK, Tullie House Museum and Art Gallery supports the Black Lives Matter movement.