STORRINGTON AND DISTRICT MUSEUM
Preserving Yesterday for Tomorrow
The Old School, School Lane, Storrington, West Sussex RH20 4LL. Tel: 01903 740188
Registered Charity No 1084853
Friday 21st February - by special request, we will be holding an afternoon talk at 2pm at the Old School. 'All About Cheese' - see here.
In Spring 2020 we will be celebrating the 20th ANNIVERSARY of the Museum's foundation - watch this space.
The BALD EXPLORER (Richard Vobes) will be making a short video about the museum to mark this milestone. Check his YouTube channel and Facebook page.
PLEASE NOTE - CHANGE OF EVENT AND DATE
The event showcasing Cindy and Frank Waters' A272 fundraising journey will now be held as an afternnon tea on 25th April, not a coffee morning on 25th January as published in Times Past 63
About Storrington & District Museum
Run and Funded Entirely by Volunteers
Opened in April 2000 to mark the Millennium, the Museum houses local archaeology, articles from local churches, domestic history, details of local people, their memorabilia, artefacts and articles from the two world wars. The Museum not only covers Storrington, but the surrounding villages of Amberley, Ashington, Bury, Cootham, Parham, Sullington, Thakeham, Washington, West Chiltington and Wiggonholt.
The Museum has a library of local history and has access to old maps, census records and welcomes enquiries on village and local family history. There is a regular newsletter, a programme of evening talks and summer historical walks and excursions. The Museum supports local schools with its education programme.
The Museum is run entirely by volunteers and has to raise funds through fund raising, membership and donations to help with its day to day running costs.
We are a Registered Charity under Registration number 1084583.
Our Constitution can be downloaded via the button below.
APPEAL FOR VOLUNTEER STEWARDS
Can you spare just three hours a month?
Stewards are vital to the Museum and we need more volunteers to help keep the Museum open to the public on Wednesdays, Saturdays and Sunday mornings.
Stewards work in pairs and no specialised knowledge or skills are required.
We are planning two recruitment coffee mornings in 2020, where you can see what is involved and meet other stewards. The first was on 7th February and was a success - thanks to all who came along. The second is on Friday 10th April.
If you can't wait until then and would like to learn more, please contact the Museum (see below) or get in touch with Cliff Wilks, tel: 01903 743437, email email@example.com
We can help with your research
The Museum can offer an ad hoc Family History Research service. We are happy to answer your “quick questions” free of charge but a donation is always welcome as we are a volunteer run organisation relying on fund raising. Inquiries requiring more detailed investigation will need the assistance of a qualified genealogical researcher.
For further information regarding local or family history please email us.
Visitors are always welcome at the Museum
(opening times subject to availability of volunteer stewards)
Wednesday: 10am - 4pm
Saturday: 10am - 4pm
Sunday: 10am to 1pm
Get in Touch
Please note: Bookings for the halls at The Old School are handled by
the Premises Manager, Sandra Reeves,
The Old School, School Lane, Storrington, West Sussex RH20 4LL