Few people realise that the medieval undercroft, near to the front of the Herbert Art Gallery and Museum, exists, and it is now being opened to the public.

 On 23 and 24 June, and by prior appointment on later dates, members of the public will be able to see where goods were stored 600 years ago.

 Mr Demidowicz, who was involved in the conservation of the undercroft, said that the merchant also bought and sold wool and traded in girdles, which were fashionable at the time.

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