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Show Me - www.show.me.uk is specially for kids - is free and safe - and has news, games, make and do activities and more from the UK museum sector.

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Show Me is the junior version of Culture24 - the government funded news, features and what's on website about UK museums, galleries, archives, science centres and heritage sites.

Based in Brighton, Culture24 is funded by the Department of Culture, Media and Sport through MLA and the Department for Children, Schools and Families.

Staff at the site work with museums round the UK as well as volunteer writers to produce safe, accessible and interesting content about Britain's brilliant museums and galleries.

Show Me owes its existence to a range of institutions and organisations, detailed below. We're very grateful for all of their support.

The Paul Hamlyn Foundation has given very generous support to the development of Show Me and our Kids Club network which is currently under development.

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The Foundation's primary concern is to address issues of inequality and disadvantage, particularly in relation to young people. Support concentrates on projects in the UK which respond to these challenges through the arts and education.

The initial research, vanilla launch and testing stages of the development of Show Me were funded by The Clore Duffield Foundation.

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The Foundation is a grant-giving foundation with a particular interest in supporting children, young people and society’s most vulnerable individuals, through the charities which work to educate, inspire or care for them. The Foundation is chaired by Dame Vivien Duffield.

London-based System Simulation Ltd is a specialist developer of innovative data-driven websites and portals. SSL developed the core software infrastructure for show.me using Index+ © System Simulation Ltd.

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Show.me.uk was designed by Getfrank, an award-winning interactive design agency based in Brighton, UK.

Our fantastic Show Me Birthday Goodies mini-site was built by Scream Out Loud - an interactive media agency specialising in web design, animation, and rich media content - games, entertainment and interactive learning materials, all aimed at children.

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Crayola have very kindly given Show.Me lots of fantastic prizes to give away to Show.Me readers.

Enable (UK) are accessibility consultants who audit and test websites with assistive technology users. They work with a range of clients in the cultural, commercial and educational sectors, and can ensure conformance to the Disability Discrimination Act (DDA). For more information go to www.enableuk.co.uk

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Our thanks to the following for the photos used on our 'Pick A Topic' pages:

Dinosaurs
T.Rex, courtesy of Natural History Museum

Art and Design
Mae West Lips Sofa, c.1938. Made by Green & Abbott. Designed by Salvador Dali and Edward James. Courtesy of Brighton Museum & Art Gallery

Natural World
Butterfly 'Morpho melaneus', courtesy of the Natural History Museum

Prehistory
Stonehenge, courtesy of English Heritage

Ancient Civilisations
Funeral mask of Tutankhamun, courtesy of The Tutankhamun Exhibition

Anglo Saxons
Part of the Fuller Brooch, courtesy of The British Museum

Romans
Mosaic from Brading Roman Villa, courtesy of Oglander Roman Trust

Tudors
Henry VIII, courtesy of The Mary Rose Trust

20th Century Britain
1950 Bush TV 22 Television Receiver, courtesy of the National Museum of Photography, Film & Television

Everything Else!
Planet Earth from space, courtesy of NASA