East Grinstead Museum has exciting plans to improve and refurbish the Museum. These include refreshing existing museum displays and introducing new ones. We are also looking at running a range of events and activities for local people. To help us shape the museum, please complete the questionnaire and give us
Secretary of the Guinea Pig Club, and Museum Trustee, Bob Marchant has helped write an article about the role Prince Philip played for the Guinea Pig Club. Article has been published in The Telegraph on 15 April 2021. https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/0/philip-one-boys-meet-survivors-duke-edinburghs-guinea-pig-club/amp/ As we all know HRH Prince Philip had a strong connection
PERSONAL REFLECTIONS ON MEETING HRH PRINCE PHILIP Together with the rest of the country, and the world, it was with great sadness to hear the news of the passing of HRH Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh. As Secretary of the Guinea Pig Club, and having his Royal Highness as our President,
HRH PRINCE PHILIP DUKE OF EDINBURGH 1921 -2021 As Secretary of the Guinea Pig Club, it is with great sadness on hearing the news of the passing of our late President HRH Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh. Since taken over as President in 1961, following the death of Sir Archibald
East Grinstead Museum is looking for someone with a strong financial background to act as our Treasurer. Working closely with the Trustees, who have ultimate responsibility for East Grinstead Museum you will help ensure that the Museum has a clear vision and strategic direction, is sustainable and complies with the
The annual Christmas Family Festival will take place on Sunday 1st December from 10.00 to 16.00, London Road will be closed to traffic and the street will be filled with the French Market, Charity and craft stalls, music, entertainment and children’s fair ground rides. The Friends of East Grinstead
Once again, our popular Christmas raffle has begun. The hamper contains lots of Christmas goodies including a home made Christmas cake, and pink Gin. You can see the Hamper in the Museum, tickets cost £1 for a strip of five tickets. So get into the Christmas spirit to
Interested in Britain’s military history? Would you like to learn more about how East Grinstead was involved in the Great War and Second World War? Would you like to know more about Sir Archibald McIndoe and Guinea Pig Club? Then please come along and see our two commemorative exhibitions.