After reopening the Museum on Sat 22 May, we’ll now be open every Wed, Thurs, Sat and Sun, 2.00-5.00pm until the end of September, as well as bank holiday Mondays.
So please do come in to say hello and have a look at the exhibits and the wide selection of greeting cards and small gifts in our shop.
Please be assured that you’ll feel safe in the Museum as we have careful Covid-19 protection protocols in place: hand sanitizer, one-way system, social distancing, only a small number of people allowed entry at the same time, etc.
Please come and join our friendly team of volunteers who welcome visitors to the Museum. It’s a great way of meeting people from the village and visitors from afar. You don’t need detailed knowledge of our collection; you’ll get plenty of support. Time commitment is not extensive, just an afternoon session a couple of times a month, until the end of September.
For a look round the Museum and a chat about what’s involved in volunteering please contact:
Candy Madeley e mail firstname.lastname@example.org or tel 01865 341490
To mark the 60th anniversary of the Museum’s first opening by Edith, we have a new display board celebrating the major contribution she made to Dorchester Abbey and the village, for which she was awarded an OBE. We are also reissuing Edith’s charming and amusing account of Dorchester life in the 1950s and 1960s, A Yankee in an English Village, with added photos and explanatory notes. Further details to follow – publication planned for later in the summer.
Posted on May 19, 2021 in Events in and around Dorchester