Let’s Get Crafty

Let’s Get Crafty

Join us in the Museum for a fun and festive family craft session. Thursday 21st December 10am – 1pm Free admission but donations welcome Children must be accompanied by an adult

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Christmas Crafts & Gifts

Christmas Crafts & Gifts

If you are looking for unique gifts this Christmas then come along to our Christmas Crafts & Gifts Exhibition. All items are locally produced by artists & crafts people. You will be sure to find something unique for everyone. Tuesday 21st November til Saturday 6th January* Free admission Museum opening times are Monday – Saturday 9.30am – 4pm *the Museum will be closed 23rd Dec – 2nd Jan

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Dickensian Evening

Dickensian Evening

Join us in the Museum this Dickensian Evening for a fun filled festive evening. Opening times for Dickensian Evening are usual daytime hours 9.30am – 4pm  (closed 4pm-5pm) we will then re-open at 5pm till 9pm. There will be mulled wine & mince pies in the Museum Cafe as well as all the usual teas, coffees & cake. Visit our Christmas Gift Fair & Country Market stalls to find the perfect unique locally produced gifts. Enjoy live...

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Anglo Saxon Skeleton

Anglo Saxon Skeleton

Today was the day everyone here at the Museum has been looking forward to for a long time, our resident Anglo Saxon skeleton has been moved to her new home! All thanks to the Friends of the Vale & Downland Museum, we were able to purchase a brand new state of the art display case especially for our skeleton. Those of you that have visited the Museum before will remember our skeleton in a fairly small display case which meant she was not able...

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Day Trip to Weald & Downland Living Museum

Day Trip to Weald & Downland Living Museum

The Friends of the Museum invite you to join them for a festive day trip to the Christmas Market at Weald & Downland Living Museum. SATURDAY 25 NOVEMBER 2017 The Friends of the Vale and Downland Museum are taking a coach party to the Weald & Downland Living Museum.  If you would like to look at the information regarding the beautiful ancient buildings the website is http://www.wealddown.co.uk/explore/buildings/ If you know nothing about...

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