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1995/3Magazine Vol. 6 No. 14 / March 1995Education service to be expanded / Every year the Museum welcomes more than 30,000 school children. We aim to increase this and are creating a new post: Interpretation Officer.
1995/3Magazine Vol. 6 No. 14 / March 1995Friends Trips 1995 / The Friends trips this year are to Lutyens Houses, Munstead Wood, by permission of Sir Robert and Lady Clark, Tigbourne Court and Busbridge Church and Goddards; Rye and Winchelsea; Braemore and its manor house; Frith Hll garden, Northchapel by permission of Mr and Mrs Warne.
1995/3Magazine Vol. 6 No. 14 / March 1995Museums lead the leisure attractions market / Dr Stuart Davies of the University of Leeds has produced a report puiblished by the Museum and Galleries Commission called "By Popular Demand" which says that museums and galleries attracted 100 million visits per year; children were the largest single age grouop, but with friends and families rather than in school parties. Tony Hirst, Chairman of the Association of Independent Museums has called for greater recognition of the independent museum's work.
1995/3Magazine Vol. 6 No. 14 / March 1995Spring Tour of Cumbria / The Friends annual spring tour will be to Cumbria, visiting Keswick, Beatrix Potter's Lakeland Exhibition, Wordsworth's House at Rydal Mount, Muncaster, 17th century "Statesman's" House at Troutbeck, Ruskin's house at Brantwood.
1995/3Magazine Vol. 6 No. 14 / March 1995Vacancies on the Friends' Committee / There will be two vacancies on the Committee of the Friends. Nominations to Jean Piggott.
1995/3Magazine Vol. 6 No. 14 / March 1955Picture / A picture of Betty Rush in the overflow car park
1995/3Magazine Vol. 6 No. 14 / March 1995Friends' Events / The Friends events in 1995 will be: Spring tours, Annual Conference; Trip to Lutyen's houses, Frith Hill Garden, Rye and Winchelsea, Braemore House, Harvest Celebration.
1995/3Magazine Vol. 6 No. 14 / March 1995Food Fair / 20 classes for the Food Fiar this year.
1995/3Magazine Vol. 6 No. 14 / March 1995"Tuesday gang" put their skills to good use. / Bob Powell praises the Tuesday gang. They limewashed Winkhurst and Sole Street; they dismantled, repaired and rebuilt a living van for use as a mobile shop on special event days; Peter Stock is restoring a Ransome's horse plough; Geoff Busbridge has restored a Union iron treadle-powered lathe. Picture of John Herniman, Mick Hutton, Chris Jarman and Reg Knight.
1995/3Magazine Vol. 6 No. 14 / March 1995Marketing the Museum / Richard Pailthorpe explains how the museum attracts its visitors
1995/3Magazine Vol. 6 No. 14 / March 1995Events Diary 1995 / The main events in 1995 will be: Traditional Food Fair, Craft Fair, Wood and Wool Weekend, Heavy Horses, Midsummer Marvels, Southern Early Music, Fleece to Fibre, Rare Breeds, History Re-enactment, Children's Activity, Spotlight on the W. I. , Novice Sheepdog Trials, Steam Threshing etc.
1995/3Magazine Vol. 6 No. 14 / March 1995The Joint Centre for Heritage Conservation and Management. / The 1995 programme for the Joint Centre for Heritage Conservation and Management includes 11 courses at Bournemouth, 6 CPD modules in Building Conservation, 5 courses at the Museum, 2 courses at the Lime centre, 5 courses at the Centre for the Conservation of the Built Environment at Burseldon.
1995/3Magazine Vol. 6 No. 14 / March 1995Lurgashall Mill produces 33 tonnes of flour! / Lurgashall Mill produces 33 tonnes of flour annually producing around
1995/10Magazine Vol. 6 No. 15 / October 1995Spadework. . . / Praise of the Betsworth brothers' hard work in digging the foundations for Whittakers Cottages.
1995/10Magazine Vol. 6 No. 15 / October 1995Christmas shopping at the Museum / An advertisement for the Museum shop and its Christmas card.
1995/10Magazine Vol. 6 No. 15 / October 1995Friends Events 1996 / A talk by Ray Ashdown on "Pigs in Archaeology". Coach trip to the Globe Theatre. Annual Conference and AGM; visit to Midhurst. Spring tour to the Isle of Man, including Manx Museum, Island Treasure House, steam railway to Castle Rushen, Nautical Museum, Great Laxey Wheel, Peel Castle, Grove Life Rural Museum, Contact Jean Piggott
1995/10Magazine Vol. 6 No. 15 / October 1995Holding our ground / Visitor numbers for 1995 stand at a similar level to that of last year
1995/10Magazine Vol. 6 No. 15 / October 1995Museum charcoal on sale at B & Q / Barbecue charcoal produced by Alan Waters is on sale at B & Q in Bognor Regis, and at One Stop shops.
1995/10Magazine Vol. 6 No. 15 / October 1995Junior Friends re-launched / The Junior Friends group was re-launched by Sue Shave with a summer camp based on the life of an occupant of Winkhurst
1995/10Magazine Vol. 6 No. 15 / October 1995Another Milestone reached / Beeding and Bramber Local History Society has given the Museum another milestone, which came from Upper Beeding High Street only a few hundred yards from our Toll Cottage
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