Ouside Village Hall / Banks Park
By Haddenham Webteam - 12th October 2018 9:30am
Over the weekend of Saturday 24th and Sunday 25th November the Haddenham Museum Trust will be marking the opening of the village museum to the public twenty years ago.
The event will take place in the Methodist Church in High Street, and will be open from 10.00am to 4.00pm each day. The museum will also be open over the same times each day.
The programme for the weekend is shown below:
Saturday 24th November
|10.00||Doors Open|| Refreshments and Cattern cakes available. Reading tables full of albums, newspaper cuttings and books related to Haddenham local history.|
Sales stall by Richard Boddington. Information table on WW1 by Nick Burch. Museum open 10 — 4
|10.45||Kattern Eve, Mummers, Cattern Cakes, and Lace||An illustrated talk on the theme for the weekend by Alan Rose|
|11.15||The Haddenham Mummers||Performing their folk drama|
|11.30||Bruce Alexander||Launch of 'The Haddenham Chronicles' Number 16|
|12.30 — 13.30||Lunch Break|
|14.00||Michael Whitney||Traditional Slide Show on Old Haddenham|
|15.00||Julian Hunt||Illustrated Talk on 'The Buckinghamshire Railways'|
Sunday 25th November
|10.00||Doors Open|| Refreshments and Cattern cakes available. Reading tables full of albums, newspaper cuttings and books related to Haddenham local history. Display of lace-making by two Oxford-based Isis Lacemakers 10.30 to 12.30|
Information table on WW1 by Nick Burch.
Museum open 10 — 4
|10.45||Alan Rose||'Amy Johnson was here' — an illustrated talk|
|11.30||Christine Lardner & Elizabeth Oliver||Lace making demonstration by Christine Lardner with illustrated talk by Elizabeth Oliver|
|12.30 — 13.30||Lunch Break|
|13.45||DVD||Screening of the Museum's 10th Anniversary Celebrations|
|14.30||Peter Gulland||Illustrated tealk on 'All the Haddenham Railway Stations'|
|15.15||Music||Haddenham Handbell Ringers|
|16.00||Closing Service|| Led by Rev Dr Romilly Micklem. Organist Heather Woods. Including the Witchert|
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