Museum History
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 Date   Origin   Summary 
1984/7Bulletin / July 1984Museum Caravan / The travelling display was at the South of England Show from June 7th - 9th. This year our stand again formed part of the Forestry and Wildlife section and Albert Peacock demonstrated spar making during the Show. A great deal of interest was created and the stand looked very well.
1984/7Bulletin / July 1984REMINDERS / "Timber" - 7 & 8 July
Musical Instrument Course - Chris Challen - 7 & 8 July
Friends Committee - 9 July. 10.00.
Junior Friends - 14 July. 11.30
GPC - 30 July, 10.30, Goodwood Granary.
1984/7Bulletin / July 1984Medieval Players - "The Great Theatre of the World" / Disappointing attendances took the edge off a marvellous performance. The stage fitted well into the Market Square area and those who attended the performances enjoyed the experience enormously.
1984/7Bulletin / July 1984Library - MSC Scheme / We welcome the following to the Museum as Library Assistants:
Louise Jaggard, Jim Wilkie, Jay Stevenson, Claire Murphy, Tricia Semple.
1984/7Bulletin / July 1984Alan Waters - Tri-Marathon / Congratulations to Alan for coming second in this event in aid of various charities. He had to run 12 miles, complete a bicycle ride of 50 miles a and, finally, walk 25 miles. His time was 8 hrs 30 mins
1984/7Bulletin / July 1984Gordon Beningfield Exhibition / This exhibition by one of our leading countryside artists will run from August 4th to September 2nd and there will be a special preview in Crawley Hall on Friday 3rd August at 7 p.m. Among the paintings will be watercolours of Museum buildings and Mr Beningfield has agreed to a limited edition of 250 prints being sold to raise funds for the Museum.
1984/7Bulletin / July 1984North Cray Hall House - 9 & 10 August / Final arrangements for the re-erection of this property will be Roger Champion's priority over the next few weeks.
1984/7Bulletin / July 1984Junior Friends / This year the arrangements for Summer School are slightly different. Instead of running several days a week all through August, it will be for the whole week 6-10 August and the whole week 27-31 August. Members will be helping to build a house which will be on show for parents to admire at the end of the week.
1984/7Bulletin / July 1984Pig sty from Petworth / Completed and in the Toll Cottage garden.
1984/7Bulletin / July 1984Toll Cottage Privy / This earth closet is also now complete and open - for viewing only!
1984/7Bulletin / July 1984BBC TV / Will be filming the charcoal burning process on July 6 and 7.
1984/7Bulletin / July 1984Thames T.V. / Will be making a Schools Service programme at the Museum from July 2 - 5. This will involve some disturbance of our routine.
1984/7Bulletin / July 1984Biskupin Exhibition / This closes on 29th July and moves to Runcorn, the next stop on the tour.
1984/7Bulletin / July 1984Horsham/Reigate Project / The Council of Management have authorised the construction of the foundations for this project and the placing of the order for the repair of the frame with Peter McCurdy. This commits the Museum to work valued at
1984/7Bulletin / July 1984Attendances / Heavy Horse Day, June 10th, saw a record attendance; 5,303 people came to the event in glorious sunshine. The Southern Counties Heavy Horse Association are to be congratulated for putting on such a good show.
1984/7Bulletin / July 1984Special Fund Raising Event / The Fund Raising Group are organising a special event in Horsham on July 16th, & John Warren of A.P.P. will be inviting a number of people who might assist with the development project.
1984/6Special Edition / June 1984Gordon Beningfield presents limited edition prints for the Museum development Fund / Gordon Beningfield will present limited edition prints for the Museum Development Fund
1984/6Bulletin / June 1984Dates / 10 June - Heavy Horse at Singleton
10 June - Junior Friends, 10am
11 June - Council of Management
19 June - General Purposes Cttee
20, 22, 23 June - Medieval Players
1984/6Special Edition / June 1984Biskupin Exhibition UK Tour 1984 / The Biskupin Exhibition UK Tour 1984 will travel to Norton Priory Museum, Museum of Archaeology. Edinburgh University Library, University Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, and Nottingham University after leaving the Museum.
1984/6Special Edition / June 1984Council of Management / The following were elected as members of the Council of Management: Peter Careless, who will act as company secretary and Walter Greenway as representative of the Friends. Other Friends at the meeting were Bernard Johnson, Eric Kay and Jack Kessler
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