Graham Perry, Chair of the Friends of Weymouth Museum, will present a history of the town’s long struggle to establish a permanent museum which first started in 1858. The talk will include lots of photos from the museum’s archives including pictures from the museum in the old Melcombe Regis Boys School and some glimpses of the old Timewalk.
The talk will be held in Hope United Reformed Church at 8 Trinity Street. Tea & biscuits will be served from 2pm and the talk will begin at 2.30pm.
Tickets will be available on the door and are £2.00 for members of the Friends and £3.00 for visitors. (Exact change would be appreciated, if possible).
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