Come and meet the volunteers. As part of national explore your archive week the Museum & Archives will stay open until 8pm on Thursday 24th November for a WW1 research evening
Friday 9th & Saturday 10th September
Heritage Open Days in Whitchurch
See all our events at https://www.heritageopendays.org.uk/
Don’t forget you need to book for the Tower Tours & Canal Walks
Deal & Walmer Handelian Choral Society
Saturday 23rd April 7.30pm
St Mary’s Church, Walmer CT14 7QA
Whitchurch museum & archives re-opened as planned after building work. The internal staircase has been reinstated – no more going out in the rain for volunteers !
Regionally important Anglo-Saxon silver hooks with entwined beasts are on display at Whitchurch Museum from Thursday 3rd December.
Whitchurch Museum has acquired a pair of silver engraved hooks dating from the late 9th or 10th century AD. This acquisition has been supported by the Art Fund and many local contributors. including Whitchurch Town Council, Prees Parish Council, Shropshire Archaeological Society, Whitchurch Historical and Archaeological Group. The hooks were discovered in the Prees area, North Shropshire, by two individual metal detectorists some two years apart. The two finds were reported to the Coroner as potential treasure under the 1996 Treasure Act.