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1996/3Magazine Vol. 6 No. 16 / March 1996Picture / Marista Leishman of the Edinburgh based Insite Trust held a Volunteer Training Workshop in Crawley Hall
1996/3Magazine Vol. 6 No. 16 / March 1996BAFM helps Friends' groups. / The British Association of Friends of Museums (BAFM) aims to advise Friends' groups. Virginia Lyon reports on her experiences when attending their meetings.
1996/3Magazine Vol. 6 No. 16 / March 1996ICOMOS international conference to visit museum. / The International Council on Monuments and Sites (ICOMOS) is holding an International Wood Committee Symposium at the Museum in April
1996/3Magazine Vol. 6 No. 16 / March 1996A journey to Rajasthan and Moghul India / An Indian journey will be led by Richard Hunt
1996/3Magazine Vol. 6 No. 16 / March 1996Gordon Rushmer Exhibition / Gordon Rushmer will be showing some of his work in Crawley Hall
1996/3Magazine Vol. 6 No. 16 / March 1996Opening arrangements 1996-97 / Feb 29 to Oct 31, daily; Nov 1 to Feb 28, Wednesdays, Saturdays and Sundays; Dec 26 to Jan 5, daily. Charges: adults,
1996/3Magazine Vol. 6 No. 16 / March 1996Friends' recruiting - help needed at special events / Ethel Buvyer has supervised the Friends' Recruiting Stand at all special events for several years. She needs a break.
1996/3Magazine Vol. 6 No. 16 / March 1996Friends' Activities 1996 / Friends' Activities for 1996 include: "A Revelation of Truth", a talk by Brian Saunders on Henry Williamson; Supper at Gospel Green; Singleton gardens open day on 22 June; Visit to Highgrove garden; Autumn visit to Kirdford gardens.
1996/3Magazine Vol. 6 No. 16 / March 1996New publication for children / Elizabeth Newbery is writing a new activity book for children which will be sponsored by William Mercer, actuaries and consultants.
1996/3Magazine Vol. 6 No. 16 / March 1996The Museum welcomes Lilliput Lane / The Llilliput Lane annual Collection Fair will be held in the Museum's show ring. We expect 7000 visitors.
1996/3Magazine Vol. 6 No. 16 / March 1996Obituaries / Obituaries of Doug Bryant, Betty Putnam, Canon Douglas Rhymes and Michael Saxton
1996/3Magazine Vol. 6 No. 16 / March 1996Alan Waters to run 91-mile fund-raising marathon across Sussex / Alan Waters will run a 91-mile marathon from Robertsbridge to South Harting: a walk walked by Hillaire Belloc and later by Bob Copper
1996/3Magazine Vol. 6 No. 16 / March 1996Discovering more about historic buildings / Marjorie Hallam will lead a four-part course "Buildings in the Landscape: The Western World"
1996/3Magazine Vol. 6 No. 16 / March 1996Dovetail into our 1996 arts programme / Carol Hawkins (later Carol Brinson) reports the Dovetail programme: Brian Saunders will present his compilation "Henry Williamson: The Man and his Work" with musical interludes introduced by Richard Williamson; The Copper Family; Shakespeare by the lake - Macbeth and Much Ado about Nothing; a barn dance.
1996/3Magazine Vol. 6 No. 16 / March 1996Plans for 1996 / Sue Shave's plans for 1996: INSET, teachers course on Goodwood's resources; producing teachers' resources with Tim McCann; organising a school drama project wirth Davison High School on History of Goodwood; environment workshops at Seeley Copse; woodland management scheme in Seeley Copse; liasaon with forestry departments; working with Rosemary Baird the curator at Goodwood.
1996/3Magazine Vol. 6 No. 16 / March 1996Memories from some of our oldest Friends. / On the 25th anniversary of tne Museum Virginia Lyon reports on "One or two Friends who have made an outstanding contribution": Bernard Johnson and Cherry Johnson; Daphne Chandler; Bernard Rush and Betty Rush; Walter Greenway; Doris Nash and Ted Nash.
1996/3Magazine Vol. 6 No. 16 / March 1996New horse-logging equipment grant-aided / English Nature and Sussex Downs Conservation Board are to grant-aid the purchase of a Norwegian horse logging equipment
1996/3Magazine Vol. 6 No. 16 / March 1996Supporting the Weald and Downland Museum / Sponsors: for Longport: Eurotunnel Plc, Business Sponsorship Incentive Scheme, Preservation of Industrial Scientific Material Fund, Friends of the Museum, Beaver Tool Hire, David Cover and Son Ltd. , Keymer Brick and Tile Co. Ltd. , Tarmac Roadstone Ltd. , Tarmac Topblock Ltd. , W. L West & Sons Ltd. , Worshipful Companies: Brewers, Clothworkers, Drapers, Ironmongers, Mercers, Tallow Chandlers; Corporate sponsors: Amber Scaffolding Trust fund, CTS Associates, Nigel Courtnage C Eng MI Struct E, Hall and Co. Ltd. RMC Group, Stride & Son, Green Oak Carpentry Co. Lead Sheet Association, Lewis Marquees (Emsworth) Ltd: Trust Funds: Blunt, Brixton Estate Charitable, Esmeee Fairbairn Charitable, Godinton Charitable, Golden Bottle, Walter Guinness Charitable, Havenhope, Idlewild, Robert Kiln Charitable, Lankelly Foundation, Earl of March's, Peter Minet, Pilgrim, Poling Charitable, Sainsbury Charitable, Basil Shippam Charitable, Harold Smith Charitable, Three T's Charity, \\
1996/3Magazine Vol. 6 No. 16 / March 1996Julian Stodd graduates / Keith Bickmore says that Julian Stodd, one of the museum's youngest regular volunteers has graduated from Bournemouth University
1996/3Magazine Vol. 6 No. 16 / March 1996Cuddle up to a bull - / Sylvia Stone of the West Sussex Gazette presented the prize for champion Beef Shorthorn to Chris Blyth
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