A school museum is calling for the public's support as it creates new displays on the history of technology.

The Rumble Museum at Cheney School, in Oxford, is collaborating with the History of Science Museum on the displays.

Positioned within its Lane Building, these latest showcases will join existing displays from the 'Technology through Time' collection.

This collection already boasts a 1950s Bakelite Television, a phonograph and cylinders, a 1930s gramophone, and a 1950s radio.

Also included are an electric typewriter, 1990s and 2000s mobile phones, and a number of other items.

The museum is inviting contributions from the wider community.

Donations or loans of any technological items, regardless of their era, are being encouraged.

The school has plans to involve year nine history students in the project.

They will engage with both current and newly donated artefacts and will co-create displays that bring to life the stories of these objects.

In addition, the museum is hunting for personal memories and experiences of the displayed technologies.

A collection and exhibition afternoon will be held on March 19.

The event promises an array of exhibits and invites members of the public to share their stories and antiques.

All are welcomed at this free event, regardless of age, and those with stories or antiques to share can email lro@cheneyschool.org.