The Museum of Richmond aims to bring the history of Richmond and the surrounding area to life in exciting and varied ways for people of all ages and from all backgrounds. We offer a growing programme of talks that can be booked by groups of 10 or more, often for groups who cannot come into the museum. Groups we regularly visit include: local U3A groups, Parkinson’s People, Friends of Museums, as well as local day centres and sheltered accommodation.
The Museum of Richmond offers reminiscence sessions on a variety of topics. These sessions use objects and images from the museum collection to stimulate group discussion and shared experiences.
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“Parkinson’s People are very happy to recommend the Outreach Talks from the Museum of Richmond. We have always found the talks to be not only most enjoyable but also very interesting and informative.”
Beryl and Sammy (Parkinson’s People)
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Following the sudden death of our Chair, Sir David Bostock, the Museum of Richmond is looking for a new Chair to lead the Museum in its next phase of development.