By Haddenham Webteam - 11th February 2016 12:45pm
Haddenham Museum opens again on Tuesday 1st March after the annual winter break, during which there has been a complete refurbishment of the displays. A new screen and display areas have been installed and the whole building has had a spring clean and rearrangement.
The Museum launched its new season with a display, collated by Alan Rose, Chairman of the Museum Trust, relating to episodes of 'Midsomer Murders'. Many villagers have contributed to the display with photographs and film of the TV production team in action. Alan has identified the real life locations used in many of the episodes.
During the next year, from March to December 2016, the Museum will open as usual on Tuesdays 10.00 am — 12 noon and Sundays 2.00 pm — 4.30 pm. Entrance to the Museum is free.
Museum membership costs only £5.00 a year and entitles members to discounts on purchases in the Museum, including the Haddenham Chronicles, a booklet packed with interesting information and published annually.
If you have not visited the Museum before, you will find it on the High Street, behind the Methodist Church building. It's a lovely place to bring visitors while you're out for a stroll around the village!
We hope to see you soon.
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