Museum reopens to the public after £3m upgrade

Two years after it closed for a major refurbishment, the Museum of English Rural Life - based in Reading, has reopened to the public.

Three million pounds has been spent on upgrading the site in Redlands Road which is owned by the town's university.

Among the items on display is a rather unlucky mouse, which has inadvertently become one of the museum's main attractions.

Mel Bloor explains.