WE NEED YOUR HELP
Would you like £30 I Love to Shop voucher, £10 to spend in the Museum shop and 2 child tickets for your choice of a museum family workshop or a ticket for an adult event?
The Museum of Richmond is reviewing what we offer and we really need local families, teachers and adults to help us in shaping own plans. We are running 3 online focus groups and there are 8 available places in each group.
Group for Teachers from Richmond Borough Schools: Wednesday 24 November, 4.30pm to 6.00pm
Group for adults, who live in Richmond Borough and have at least one child age 15 to 15: Saturday 27 November, 10:30am to 12noon
Group for adults who live in Richmond Borough, aged 45+: Saturday 27 November, 2pm to 3:30pm
WE ARE OPEN
You can now visit the Museum without booking!
Our opening hours are Tuesday to Friday, 11am to 5pm and Saturdays, 11am to 4pm
Whilst we are excited to welcome you, there are measures in place to ensure your visit is as safe as possible.
CALL FOR OBJECTS!
The Orange Tree Theatre is turning 50 and the Museum is holding a special anniversary exhibition. Do you have any objects or memories associated with the OT through the years? We want to hear from you!
(Image credit: The Other Richard)
COFFEE* AND CRAFTING
(* or tea if you would prefer!)
Have the Lockdowns inspired you to try a new craft, but you are not sure where to start?
Do online videos lack the personal touch for you?
Then join the team at the Museum of Richmond and Works of Love for some FREE crafting workshops for adults at the Museum!
Each month we will be exploring the story behind a beautifully crafted object in the Museum’s collection, then the friendly and experienced Works of Love Team will show you how to start your own projects, including embroidery and patchwork.
Saturday 25 September 2021 – workshops throughout the day
Try your hand at archaeology! Discover foreshore finds from the Thames and learn about mudlarking and river archaeology with the friendly Museum team, in these FREE hands on workshops.
Booking is essential as places are limited
COVID MEMORIES PROJECT
Please help us to record how the Covid-19 Pandemic has affected the lives of those who live in, work and visit the Borough of Richmond.
We are creating a digital collection of objects, images and memories that people have of what life has been like since the first Lockdown in March 2020, so that these memories, experiences and images are preserved for future generations.