A MUSEUM dedicated to more recent history is open for the new season.

The Land of Lost Content is now open to the public after refurbishment with five new displays added to the attraction in Craven Arms.

Many of the exhibits at the museum are items that people who would not consider themselves to be old can remember as part of their ordinary lives.

The museum describes itself as Britain’s foremost collection of pop culture ephemera, obscure and ordinary objects from the pre-digital era.

Belonging to the self-proclaimed eccentric artist and compulsive obsessive collector Stella Mitchell and collectors of design history, the Hemingway family, the Land of Lost Content is used as HemingwayDesign’s personal design archive.