THE Rumble Museum in Oxford is inviting visitors to bring in stories and objects to be documented in an online archive.

The museum within the Cheney School will be holding the digital collection afternoon to preserve stories, memories, and objects connected to the lives of pioneering women.

The museum, the UK’s first to be partnered with a state school, is also looking for World War One and World War Two artefacts and stories.

A team of students will record the stories and photograph any accompanying objects which will then be uploaded to a national online database.

The website will be freely available to anyone to use and will preserve these objects and documents.

The Rumble Museum is inviting visitors to the Cheney School Library between 2pm and 5pm on Friday, November 2.

There will be experts on hand to help to give people more information on the items.

There will also be artefact-handling, refreshments and an opportunity to talk to members from the wider community.

The project forms part of the museum’s Suffrage Season which will include a talk by Helen Pankhurst and a community viewing of the film ‘Suffragette’ as well as other activities and events.

For more details on the Suffrage Season visit