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ww1pincushRoyal Engineers Museum: Meet the Experts Event Tuesday 13th August 10am – 4pm

On Tuesday 13th August, 10am – 4pm the Royal Engineers Museum will be opening their doors for ‘Meet the Experts’. The Museum curators and experts from the National Army Museum and Orders of Medals Research Society will be on hand on Tuesday 13th to help visitors identify their items, discuss them and provide tips on caring for the objects. More

A Heritage Lottery Fund supported community project
Join the Royal Engineers Museum Library and Archive and the Brompton History Research Group in celebrating the 200th anniversary the Royal Engineers in Brompton.

On Saturday 30th June 2012 a brand new exhibition opened at the Royal Engineers Museum, Library and Archive and a new history website www.bromptonhistory.org.uk was launched. More

A colourful and exciting exhibition celebrating the life and times of Charles Dickens has opened at the Guildhall Museum.
A World Made Real: Dickens and Victorian Life charts some of the key themes that occur in Charles Dickens’ novels including travel, entertainment, education, crime and poverty, food and drink, death and mourning. More

A Heritage Lottery Fund supported community project. Join the Royal Engineers Museum Library and Archive and the Brompton History Research Group in celebrating the 200th anniversary the Royal Engineers in Brompton.

On Saturday 30th May 2012 a brand new exhibition will open at the Royal Engineers Museum, Library and Archive. This exhibition takes a look at how the past 200 years of living side by side with the Corps of Royal Engineers has affected civilian life in the unique village of Brompton. More

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