We will be making a significant proportion of our photographic and image holdings accessible on-line. The earliest photographs date from the 1870s, but most are from the 20th century.
Throughout the history of Axminster’s museum services, individuals and groups have donated small collections of negatives and photographic prints. These pictures, taken over the past more than one hundred years, literally give ‘snap shots’ of life in Axminster and some surrounding villages. They help to tell the story of the town’s development.
If you have any interesting old photographs of Axminster or the surrounding area, or of local people and you would be prepared to let Axminster Heritage Centre see a copy (which we can scan from your original), please send us an email or come in and speak to us. We are particularly keen to increase our collection of photographs which show people in action doing things (e.g. ploughing a field).
Copyright Notice: The content on our website is protected by internationally recognised laws of copyright and intellectual property. Axminster Heritage can decide under what terms to release the content for which we own the copyright. However, not all the content on our website is owned exclusively by Axminster Heritage. Some of it may have third-party intellectual property or image rights that the museum does not own. Therefore, Axminster Heritage cannot guarantee that if you use any photographic content found on our website you will not infringe any third-party copyright or other intellectual property rights. It is your responsibility to judge whether any of the content may need additional clearances for your intended use and to obtain them.
If you have a question regarding this site, or you are the copyright owner of material found on this site and would like to discuss our use for this site, please contact us by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
We have taken every reasonable step to ensure the correct use of images on our website. In the event of a challenge regarding the use of a copyright material, we will block the material from view as soon as reasonably and practicably possible. It will remain blocked until we have been able to resolve the matter; Depending on the resolution we will ensure the image is either removed temporarily or permanently from our website as appropriate.