Campaign to create UK's first museum of youth culture

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Campaign to create UK's first museum of youth culture

A campaign is underway to create the UK's first museum dedicated to youth culture.

From the Teddy Boys of Elephant and Castle to the Grime MC's of east London - the aim is to preserve and celebrate Britain's unique subcultures and social history.  

The not-for-profit organisation Youth Club is behind the move and spoke to London Live's Anthony Baxter.


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