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From Pendon Museum's Facebook page:


Pendon Museum will be closed until further notice.


During these troubled times we have taken the decision to close Pendon to the public until further notice. We have not taken this decision lightly but feel that for visitors and volunteers this is the best course of action.

To all of our friends and followers please keep yourself safe and well.


We will update you on Facebook and on our website at www.pendonmuseum.com

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Due to the Coronavirus outbreak Pendon Museum has been closed since the middle of March for an indefinite period.


I would like to remind everyone that the website and Facebook pages are still active and being regularly updated.


If you are a Friend of Pendon the 'Friends Place' on the website is full of material to keep you motivated and inspired whilst confined to home. There are many hours of videos available ranging from Roye England's 1971 BBC televised programme "From dream to Reality", recent Friends events including Gordon Gravett's presentation of Arun Quay and special events such as "Diesels in the Vale". Friends Place also has a huge range of other interesting articles, archive material and every issue of the Pendon Papers. Enough to keep anyone busy and entertained.


The screenshot below shows additional content to Friends Place in 2020




Pendon's Friends are extremely important to the survival of the museum. Pendon has no visitor income coming in at the time of year when visitor numbers are usually starting to rise, but like all institutions there are still bills to pay. Whether or not you have ever thought about it, now would be a great time to consider becoming a Friend of Pendon. As well as immediate access to Friends Place on the website, you also get free unlimited access to the Museum once it is open again, access to Friends events, discounts on workshops etc. and you would help ensure the survival of Pendon at this difficult time.


You can find out more and sign up at www.pendonmuseum.com/friends-of-pendon/

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