Kirkleatham Museum Collections

Donations to Kirkleatham Museum Collections

Kirkleatham Museum collection consists of 30,000 objects, many of which hold local or national significance. Whilst we thank all potential donors for their kindness in considering us, due to the large collection and decreasing storage space Kirkleatham Museum can only collect objects that are not already represented in the collection and which have a strong local link to the Redcar and Cleveland area.

Kirkleatham Museum strongly discourages anonymous donations and objects that are sent to the museum with no return address. The Museum retains the right to dispose of these objects after three months if objects are anonymously donated or requests to come and collect the objects are unanswered.

For objects that have a strong link to the local area, please contact the Museum Reception for details on the donation procedure.

For other museums in the area that may be able to help, please use the following links:

Tees Valley Museums – Tees Valley Museums

Land of Iron – Donate an Object | Land of Iron

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