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Autumn and winter events and activities for all the family

Autumn and winter are going to be very busy times for us at Trowbridge Museum with a range of children’s (and some adults’) activities over the Autumn half term and a December packed with Dickensian Christmas activities. We’ll also be looking for more WW1 recruits when we set up our recruiting station at
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August 29, 2014  /  No Comments ››

Onwards and Upwards

We looked very carefully at the costs of developing Courtfield House and we listened to you.

It was going to cost a lot of money to transform Courtfield House and it was going to become a visitor attraction rather than a Museum.

We had many people return questionnaires or tell us in person that they wanted to stay in the Shires. Read More…

June 11, 2014  /  Comments Off
Bird © Jan Lane

Mockingbird Opens 3rd May 2014

This year is the 3rd year of a partnership with Cloth Road Artists and Trowbridge Museum.

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April 12, 2014  /  Comments Off

U3A Shared Learning Project

Trowbridge Museum is embarking on an exciting series of research projects to be carried out by the local University of the Third Age. Did you know Daniel Defoe bought cloth from Trowbridge? And Empress Anna of Russia?  Find out more.

June 6, 2013  /  Comments Off
Trowbridge Museum Needs Your Help

Calling all teachers – Your Museum Needs You

As part of our Audience Development Plan for the relocation project we want to find out teachers want from the new museum. As a result we have put together a short survey and are inviting teachers to Read More…

April 19, 2013  /  No Comments ››
The Education and Learning Officer at Trowbridge Museum steps out in his Georgian finery

How ACE, Trowbridge Museum receives grant funding from Arts Council England

Trowbridge Museum has great pleasure in announcing it has successfully bid for £114,000 from the Arts Council England. The funding, Read More…

April 16, 2013  /  No Comments ››