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1989/10Magazine Vol. 3 No. 3 / October 1989Our Volunteers - A Magic Ingredient / We welcomed several new volunteers this year, but more are always wanted
1989/10Magazine Vol. 3 No. 3 / October 1989Busy Autumn Activities Weekend Planned / An advertisement for the Autumn Activities Weekwnd, , 4 ricks to be threshed by Bert Dibben using Arthur Thompsion's steam engine.
1989/10Magazine Vol. 3 No. 3 / October 1989A picture / A picture of thatching Cowfold Barn
1989/10Magazine Vol. 3 No. 3 / October 1989Friends of the Museum Visit to Hereford & the Welsh Border / The Spring tour next year will be to Hereford and the Welsh Border. Probable places to visit: The Cider Museum, Big Pit Mining Museum, Penhow Castle, Stokesay Castle, Lower Brockhampton, Leigh Court Barn, Tretower Court & Castle and the National Waterways Museum. Contact Carol Hawkins (later Carol Brinson)
1989/10Magazine Vol. 3 No. 3 / October 1989Chirtmas Carols / The Christmas carols this year will take place in North Cray.
1989/10Magazine Vol. 3 No. 3 / October 1989January Quiz / Walter Greenway is arranging a quiz based on photographs taken mainly at the Museum. A small charge will be made
1989/10Magazine Vol. 3 No. 3 / October 1989Christmas Cards / The 1989 Christmas Card (Bayleaf in the snow) is on sale at the shop.
1989/10Magazine Vol. 3 No. 3 / October 1989Journey to Northern India / Richard Hunt, a Trustee, is leading a tour to India lasting 28 days for
1989/10Magazine Vol. 3 No. 3 / October 1989Everest Marathon / Alan Waters has been chosen to take part in the Marathon at the base of Everest.
1989/10Magazine Vol. 3 No. 3 / October 1989A Picture / A picture of John Ruffell driving a tractor towing a threshing box and elevator at the South of England Show as an exhibit in a History of Farm Machinery Pageant organised by Chris Zeuner.
1989/10Magazine Vol. 3 No. 3 / October 1989German Historic Buildings Specialists Visit Sussex / Ruchard Harris led a five day annual conference for the Arbeitskreis fur Hausforschung They visited the farmstead at Up Waltham, the Coultershaw Pump, Petworth, Steyning, Stag Park Farm, St Mary's Bramber, Michelham Priory, Hole House, Danehill, St Mary's Hospital Chichester and the Museum.
1989/10Magazine Vol. 3 No. 3 / October 1989John Chattaway / John Chattaway joined the staff as Horseman/Stockman. His family lives in Gonville Cottage. Andrew Hodby has moved to Whitelands Cottage in West Dean
1989/10Magazine Vol. 3 No. 3 / October 1989Bayleaf Pewter Collection / The Bayleaf Pewter Collection of platters and porringers would make an ideal Christmas present
1989/10Magazine Vol. 3 No. 3 / October 1989Hollway Hill Cottages / The dismantling of the Holloway Hill Cottages in Godalming begins this month. It is expected to take about eight weeks
1989/10Magazine Vol. 3 No. 3 / October 1989Sheepdog Trials / Richard Pailthorpe is arranging sheepdog trials for December 31st
1989/10Magazine Vol. 3 No. 3 / October 1989Successful Launch for Bayleaf Medieval Farmstead / Bayleaf Medieval Farmstead and History of Farming Exhibition were opened in May by Sir Derek Barber. Roger Champion has made a wide variety of small items of equipment. Thelma Jack has tackled the task of communicating information to visitors.
1989/10Magazine Vol. 3 No. 3 / October 1989Government Business Sponsorship Incentive Award / An award was made to the Seaward Group under the Government Business Sponsorship Incentive Scheme for their provision of
1989/10Magazine Vol. 3 No. 3 / October 19893 pictures / Pictures of Mr J. Swallow presenting John McDermott with a trophy for timber-nigging on the Heavy Horse Day; the Museum's Stand at the Festival of Food, featuring Beryl Bickmore, Keith Bickmore, and Clare Nicoll; Bernard and Beryl Rush with Carol Hawkins (later Carol Brinson) drawing the winning ticket for the raffle. , which raised
1989/10Magazine Vol. 3 No. 3 / October 1989Museum Shows Steady Increase in Visitors. / The numbers of visitors to the end of August was 152 015 compared with 140 614 in 1988 and 131 311 in 1987
1989/1Bulletin / January 1989(none) / A very happy New Year to everyone, and we look forward to an exciting 1989. The calendar is already pretty full with a variety of events, and with our involvement in British Food & Farming Year, there will never be a dull moment! Whether anyone will be allowed a holiday this year remains to be seen
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