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.
Half term and Halloween is almost here. What could be the best way to entertain and educate your kids at the same time? How about taking the kids on a journey through East Grinstead’s past at East Grinstead Museum with its family friendly museum? Let them use their imagination
Looking for a gift ideas? Then come to our shop and find out about new range of “William Morris” inspired products. “William Morris was one of the most influential designers of the nineteenth century and remains today one of the best known of British designers. Morris was
It is with deep regret that we learned of the death of Michael Leppard. Michael was instrumental in setting up the museum as it’s its first Hon.Curator in 1976 and remaining a trustee until 2011. He was a distinguished local historian writing books and papers published in The East Grinstead
We’re delighted to announce that on 24 January 2020, Caroline Metcalf will give a talk at the Museum the history of almshouses, in particular the history of our neighbour, Sackville College. Caroline will discuss the history of almshouses in England, how and why some were founded, and their traditions. She