88 years of Peterborough United history to be brought to life in museum exhibition

The exhibition will run until September 4.

By Ben Jones
Thursday, 16th June 2022, 2:30 pm
Posh celebrate promotion after a draw against Lincoln in 2021. Photo: Joe Dent.
Posh celebrate promotion after a draw against Lincoln in 2021. Photo: Joe Dent.

An exhibition bringing to life 88 years of Peterborough United’s history begins at Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery on Saturday (June 18).

The ‘Proud to be Posh’ exhibition will bring together images, film and memorabilia to celebrate the club’s impact on the city.

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A museum spokesperson said: “'Proud to Be Posh brings to life the journey of Posh over the last 88 years through a collection of images, film, personnel memories and memorabilia.

"It commemorates the contribution it has made in the city and the love and dedication of loyal supporters over many years who have helped bring together this incredible celebratory exhibition.

The exhibition will be open between 10am and 4pm on Tuesdays to Saturdays, with last entry at 3.30pm.

On Sundays it opens from 12 noon until 4pm and closes at the same time.

The exhibition will be closed on Mondays.