Typically, the exhibits in the town museum featured prominent families from 19th and early 20th centuries - those MEN who made their fortunes by trade and industry. (Confusingly, the Fulford family was conspicuous by its absence.) There was an almost total lack of history of the women of the town - at any level of society. Also, we learnt nothing about the workers and their lives.
We discussed these points with a staff member who accepted and understood our comments, and explained that things are expected to change as a result of new management.