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1995/10Magazine Vol. 6 No. 15 / October 1995Friends Annual Conference visits Uppark / John Eyre took Friends to Uppark before it was opened to the general public. Richard Hunt gave a talk on "the Labouring Man". Next year's conference will include talks by Annabelle Hughes and Marjorie Hallam, a guided visit to Midhurst, and a guided tour of West Dean Workshops.
1995/10Magazine Vol. 6 No. 15 / October 1995Four centuries of farming / "Farming through the ages" was a new event held in August. Two guided walks to Lady Elizabeth Benson's Cucumber Farm were led by Tim Heymann and Michael Roberts
1995/10Magazine Vol. 6 No. 15 / October 199560 ft load winds through Singleton / Timbers for Longport were taken through Singleton by the Museums horses. The load was 60 foot long.
1995/10Magazine Vol. 6 No. 15 / October 1995Museum plans its first summer school / Richard Hunt will be the director of a summer school based on the Museum on 6/13 July 1996
1995/10Magazine Vol. 6 No. 15 / October 1995Be a brick / A campaign to raise money for Logport is based on sponsoring a particular brick.
1995/10Magazine Vol. 6 No. 15 / October 1995Canadian Museum Tour planned / Bob Powell will lead a tour of open air museums in Canada in September1996. Visits include: Black Creek Pioneer Village, Doon Heritage Crossroads, Upper Canada Village, Ottawa, Algonquin Provincial Park, Science North, Big Nickel Mine
1995/10Magazine Vol. 6 No. 15 / October 1995Picture / A picture of the new mobile ticket office
1995/10Magazine Vol. 6 No. 15 / October 1995Events diary / The main events are Volunteers' Christmas party, Christmas shopping, Carols, "Pigs in Archaeology", Volunteers briefing, Friends trip to the Globe Theatre, Friends annual conference, Food Fair, Spring tour to the isle of Man.
1995/10Magazine Vol. 6 No. 15 / October 1995People / Sue Shave joined the staff as Interpretation Officer; Christine Knights was shop supervisor for the 1995 season; Betty Putnam and Monica Hannevold retired from the shop; Gaye MacLaren has retired; Karen Searle has increased her part time work; Jean Piggott has joined the office staff for two days a week; Eileen Croath is in the office one day a week and Ann Allen helps in the office on call.
1995/10Magazine Vol. 6 No. 15 / October 1995Picture / Volunteer Kathryn Gunn helping children to weave in the children's activity.
1995/10Magazine Vol. 6 No. 15 / October 1995In brief / Sales of flour continue to rise. Akbert Peacock will make 150,000 spars this year. Candle making run by Brian Weekes and Heather Champion has brought in
1995/10Magazine Vol. 6 No. 15 / October 1995Dovetail attracts new audiences / Carol Hawkins (later Carol Brinson) reports on the success of Dovetail.
1995/10Magazine Vol. 6 No. 15 / October 1995Lyn Armstrong / An obituary of Lyn Armstrong
1995/10Magazine Vol. 6 No. 15 / October 1995Trustees / Derek Bandey, Hon Treasurer, and Michael Roberts, Hon Secretary of the Executive Board have retired and been replaced by Martin Sharp and Neil Hart. David Tomlinson and Michael Burton have been elected to the board, Kim Leslie has retired from the board, remaining a trustee. Richard Hunt and Leslie Weller have retired from Trusteeship. New vice presidents are Sir James Waddell, David Biart, Patrick Garland, Jim Oliver and Margaret Holt.
1995/10Magazine Vol. 6 No. 15 / October 1995A journey to Rajasthan and Moghul India / An Indian journey will be led by Richard Hunt
1995/10Magazine Vol. 6 No. 15 / October 1995Richard Pailthorpe moves to pastures new. / Richard Pailthorpe is leaving the Museum after 16 years with us and going to Syon House.
1995/10Magazine Vol. 6 No. 15 / October 1995Sir Alastair Morton inaugurates Longport House / Sir Alastair Morton, chairman of Eurotunnel, inaugurated Longport House in September. He was welcomed by Lord Nathan. Pictures of Sir Alastair Morton, Lord Nathan, Peter Betsworth, Ron Betsworth, Mick Betsworth, Richard Harris, Judy Harris, Roger Champion, Chris Zeuner, Richard Murdoch
1995/10Magazine Vol. 6 No. 15 / October 1995Ellen raises money for disabled museum users. / Ellen Crabtree, 11 year old schoolgirl, raised more than
1995/10Magazine Vol. 6 No. 15 / October 1995Courses and training to be expanded / This year the Museum delivered the first of the timber modules as part of the Bournemouth University's MSc course. Richard Harris developed the content of the module.
1994/3Magazine Vol. 5 No. 12 / March 1994Sir Norman Longley amd Peter Tester / Sir Norman Longley amd Peter Tester, who have taken an interest in the Museum from early days have died. Sir Norman was a Vice President; Peter rescued and recorded North Cray
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