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Museum Display March 2023

After the Winter break the Haddenham Museum will be welcoming visitors from Sunday 5th March at 2pm.

The displays have been refreshed and the special launch display area shows historic sources of power, heat, light and energy in the village. Model windmills and a 1920s Titan tractor model are amongst items on display. See how lace makers kept warm while working and how old non-electric irons were heated.

Haddenham Museum is free to visit and open on Sundays 2 — 4.30pm and on Tuesday mornings from 10am — 12noon.

There is so much to see in the Old Schoolroom, behind the Methodist Church, No. 23 High Street.

You will receive a warm welcome.

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