And the winner is…

"Love You More" record sleeve - back, designed by Malcolm Garret, 1978

“Love You More” record sleeve – back, designed by Malcolm Garret, 1978

Thank you to everyone who took the time to vote in our poll for A History of Lancashire in 70 Objects.

The votes have been counted and the winner is the Buzzcocks “Love you More” record sleeve  designed by Malcolm Garrett in 1978.

Now we wait to find out if we make it onto Lancashire Life magazine’s shortlist of objects selected from museums and heritage sites across Lancashire.
Fingers crossed!

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Take part in ‘A History of Lancashire in 70 Objects’

Next year marks 70 years since the publication of the first Lancashire Life magazine. To celebrate this anniversary, museums, galleries and heritage venues across Lancashire have been invited to participate in a special project called A History of Lancashire in 70 Objects.  We want you to help us to select one object from our collections that tells something of Lancashire’s long and fascinating story. You can read more about our shortlisted objects below. From all the stories and objects submitted, the final list of 70 objects will be revealed in Lancashire Life next year.
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