Sir Archibald McIndoe, the pioneering Plastic Surgeon had a brilliant team assisting him with his ground-breaking surgical methods. “The Immortal Trio” or the “Firm of Three” as they were called, consisted of Archibald McIndoe, Plastic surgeon, John Hunter, Anaesthetist and Jill Mullins, Theatre Sister. Jill was a slim attractive woman
East Grinstead Museum has completed its change from a Charitable Trust to a Charitable Incorporated Organisation, or CIO. CIOs are a relatively new legal structure available for charities or charitable groups that wish to be incorporated. The structure, in effect, allows charities to enter into contracts as corporate entities with limited
Katie Kettle has written as blog about the history of EG Target Shooting Club which is published on their website. She gives us a permission to reproduce it for our blog. http://egtsc.co.uk/page/history Charlie Beard, founder member, Vice-Chairman, and head of the project to build the East Court clubhouse – overlooking
Family Activity Day – ‘Marvellous May Bugs!’ Drop in – 4 years and above Crafts and games for all the family based on bugs and garden creatures! Solve a word game, make a froggy fridge magnet, colour, stick, make and play! Come and join us for a fun-filled day! £3.00
The Friends have been given permission from Mid Sussex District Council to run a box collection in the centre of East Grinstead on Sat. 17th August from 10-0am-1-0pm. We are looking for volunteers to do a one hour slot on the day. Those volunteers do not necessarily need to come
Come and hear the story of this epic struggle and decide for yourself – would you have been a Suffragist, a Suffragette or would you have chosen not to take part in the battle at all? Reserve your place now!
Looking for a new adventure? Fancy trying something new, or meeting new friends? Then why not join our team of volunteers at the Museum. Whether you have a passion for customer service, a love of East Grinstead or a passion for admin, we’d love to hear from you! Please contact
On the 9th of May at 7.30pm we welcome Joan Roberts to the Museum. In her talk, Joan covers the position of women in society in the 19th century, as well as the struggle for the vote by both men and women; the founding of the Suffragists, who predated the