ARE you baffled by the purpose of unusual objects lurking in your attic?

If so, the assistant manager of Kidderminster Library, James Rose, believes that he can help.

This is because a team of historians from Worcestershire County Museum in Hartlebury, will be visiting the library on Saturday, March 5, and will be examining mysterious artefacts.

Mr Rose compared the event, called What's In Your Attic, to the popular television show, Antiques Roadshow but said they would unfortunately not be able to give valuations of the items they examine.

"We are asking people if they have any unusual objects in their attic that they'd like to know about to bring them along and the museum team will be on hand to tell them more," he said.

"They will able to tell you about the history of items, like when they were made and what it was actually used for ... it's just a case of dropping in and everyone is welcome really."

The sessions, which are free of charge, start at 10am and finish at noon.

More information can be obtained by calling the library on 01562 824500.