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Father Christmas Comes To Tewkesbury In 2017

The museum’s beautifully panelled Victorian parlour really came into its own in December, as beautifully decorated, with holly, Ivy, tinsel, fairy lights and a selection of vintage toys, it became a perfect grotto for Father Christmas, when he made his…

Do you have any memories of Ashchurch Army Camp? Whether you were a civilian or military personnel, we want to talk to you!

During World War I, the demand for hospital beds far exceeded supply, and many local communities and benefactors rose to the occasion. In 1914, the Watson Hall was opened as a hospital, managed by the Red Cross, but Lord Coventry’s…

Father Christmas With His Merry Helpers At Tewkesbury Museum 2016

The museum's beautifully panelled Victorian parlour really came into its own last week, as beautifully decorated, with holly, Ivy, tinsel, fairy lights and a selection of vintage toys, it became a perfect grotto for Father Christmas, when he made his…

Memories Ashchurch - Tewkesbury Museum - Heritage Lottery Funded

Tewkesbury Museum has received a Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) Sharing Heritage grant, it was announced today. This exciting project, ‘Memories of Ashchurch’, led by Tewkesbury Museum, has been given £9,400 to to tell the story of Ashchurch Army Camp, and…

Exhibition Of Old Photos Of Tewkesbury

An exhibition of old photos of Tewkesbury, organised by Tewkesbury Museum will be doing a tour of Severn Vale Housing retirement schemes in the town, beginning with a launch at 10.30am on Tuesday 12th of April at Barton Court in…

On Thursday 4th February, to coincide with first day of the Beer Festival, an exhibition of Lost Pubs and Breweries will open in the Museum. It will run through February and March, during Museum opening times.

In conjunction with CAMRA, Tewkesbury Museum are putting on some special events to help commemorate the twenty-first Winter Ales Festival, on 4th to 6th February. These events are remembering the lost pubs and breweries of Tewkesbury. On Tuesday 2nd February,…

Museum Craft Group. Wednesday's 7.30 - 9.00 pm. Helen makes cake. We eat cake. Jean knits recycled plastic bags. Maggie sews. Sue flits from knitting to sticking. Sarah embroiders, crochets and colours. Sairah needle felts aggressively. lol and we all…

Tuesday February 2nd, 2016. Doors open from 6:30 for a 7:0pm start and an 8:30 finish. Where: the Trinity Hall, Oldbury Road, Tewkesbury A talk given by Steve Goodchild (Chairman of Tewkesbury Museum and Tewkesbury Battlefield Society).

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