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1989/3Magazine Vol. 3 No. 2 / March 1989Friendly Friends / The Friends of the Hampshire Farm Museum and of Amberley Chalk Pits Museum are invited to visit the Museum for an evening party.
1989/3Magazine Vol. 3 No. 2 / March 1989Summer Party / A summer party and ceilidh will be held at the Museum for Friends, Trustees, Executive Board, and others concerned with the Museum.
1989/3Magazine Vol. 3 No. 2 / March 1989Friends AGM / At the last AGM of the Friends it was agreed to change the financial year to match the Calendar year.
1989/3Magazine Vol. 3 No. 2 / March 1989Picture / A picture of Bernard Rush, Betty Rush and Walter Greenway tackling the queue of cars
1989/3Magazine Vol. 3 No. 2 / March 1989Glorious Goodwood / The Earl of March and Goodwood Estate Ltd. have arranged another race in the Museum's name.
1989/3Magazine Vol. 3 No. 2 / March 1989Catering Success / Rachel Ellis and Guy Ellis have been in charge of the catering for 2 years in a rebuilt kiosk. The Museum has had planning consent to erect a marquee during the season for the next two years.
1989/3Magazine Vol. 3 No. 2 / March 1989Recent Grants and Donations / Recent granters and donors include: Roayl Bank of Scotland, SCATS, NFU, Philip Hancock Foundation, Goodwood Estate Co. Ltd. , Bryant Group Services, Alsford Charitable Trust, Lavant Valley Decorative and Fine Art Society, James Longley and Co. Ltd. , MacRoberts Trust, Whiteheads, Seaward Properties plc.
1989/3Magazine Vol. 3 No. 2 / March 1989London Marathon / Alan Waters will run in the London Marathon in support of the Asthma Society. Please support both
1989/3Magazine Vol. 3 No. 2 / March 1989Would You Like To Be a Friends' Committee Member? / An appeal for volunteers to be Committee Members of the Friends, and list of the Committees tasks [omitted here]
1989/3Magazine Vol. 3 No. 2 / March 1989Raffle / There wilol be a raffle this year to help with the Bayleaf project. Prizes will be relevent to to British Food and Farming Year: Best Western Hotels Getaway Break; Subscription to Country Living Magazine; Lec Refrigerator; Barbour jacket; Hampers from Harrods, Fortnum & Mason, Body Shop, and Nabisco; "Traditional Farm Buildings" by Brunskill; Arran sweater; sides of meat; Fontwell races tickets; green wellies; meals at Goodwood Park Hotel and Beefeater Steakhouse
1989/3Magazine Vol. 3 No. 2 / March 1989Five Years of the Junior Friends / Elizabeth Newbery reports on the 5 years of Summer School for the Junior Friends in the first week of the summer holidays, with thanks to Nick Hutson, Paddy Mayer and Roger Ness. Some "old" Junior Friends continue to work as volunteers.
1989/3Magazine Vol. 3 No. 2 / March 1989Subscription Rates under Review / The Committee of the Friends propose an increase in subscription rates: Ordinary,
1989/3Magazine Vol. 3 No. 2 / March 1989Cover illustration / A section of Ralph Treswell's Map of Sutton
1989/3Magazine Vol. 3 No. 2 / March 1989Press Publicity / Press publicity was achieved in the Sunday Telegraph, the Times, The Independent and Country Living. T. V publicity included Channel 4's "Treasure Hunt", TVS's "Coast to Coast" and BBC's "Timewatch". In the winter the Museum was part of a special Best Western Hotel Getaway Break promotion.
1989/3Magazine Vol. 3 No. 2 / March 1989The Bayleaf Medieval Farmstead / Chris Zeuner describes the development in interpretation of the Bayleaf Farmstead.
[A long article best read in detail] Main points are : the provision of an interpreter; an exhibition above the service rooms describing the research undertaken; stereo cassette tours; the Exhibition of Farming History in Redvins. Other items provided are: a cart, built by Keith Randall; furniture, built by Roger Champion and based on an inventory prepared by Victor Chinnery, and research by Richard Harris; textiles, using advice by Frances Pritchard. ; ironwork, based on advice by Ian Goodall, and made by John Lawson
1989/3Bulletin / March 1989(none) / Many apologies for the lack of Bulletin in February. The Bayleaf Project, with the deadline for text for the Exhibition, and the urgency of completing the furnishings - in particular textiles, and domestic equipment, has kept everyone working at full capacity, and unfortunately the Bulletin had to take second place.

The whole project is proving very exciting for everyone, and the saying that you learn something new everyday is certainly proving true! Everything is researched to the minutest detail, right down to the correct stitch and thread for sewing the sheets for the beds together! Once we know what it is, typewriters will be abandoned for needles and thread! Some of the textiles to be used are really lovely, and the furniture being made by Roger Champion is superb. It is currently on show in the entrance to Crawley Hall. He spent two days in London studying furniture of the era at the V & A.

Tim Stanton has made prototypes for the Surrey Whiteware pottery, and is developing these \\
1989/3Magazine Vol. 3 No. 2 / March 1989School Visits Changes Could Affect the Museum / A recent court judgement has resulted in schools being unable to charge for educational visits. This may reduce the number of school visits.
1989/3Magazine Vol. 3 No. 2 / March 1989Princess Alexandra / Princess Alexandra visited the Museum and stayed an hour longer than planned. She was shown round by Lord Watkinson and Chris Zeuner.
1989/3Magazine Vol. 3 No. 2 / March 19895-7 Holloway Hill, Godalming / Two cottages in Godalming have been offered to the Museum. They started as a 17th century house of three bays with a rear chimney stack. An extension bay was added, and in early 19th cnetury the face was re-fronted in Bargate stone.
1989/3Magazine Vol. 3 No. 2 / March 1989People People People / Walter Greenway retired as Vice-Chairman of the Friends and was replaced by Virginia Lyon. Martin Beale, Neil MacGregor-Wood and Michael Roberts are new Trustees. Doreen Andrews has resigned as Office Secretary; her place is taken by Lynn Shaw. Thelma Jack has taken on the task of interpreter of the Bayleaf Project, Fred Aldsworth has left England.
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