The 12th Lancers and the Battle of Mons
We have a display some of our Co-op photographs and artefacts in the cabinet in the Library.
Tours of Rushden Hall for Nene Valley Festival Week
We had a good time at the Fish and Chip Supper on Friday evening.
Don't forget about our Fish and Chip Supper
A few more photographs taken at the Awards ceremony.
It was a good night for us at the Northamptonshire Forum Heritage Awards
Today we were invited by the Highfield Baptist Lunch Club to give our talk on the History of Rushden Museum
On Friday 11th August 2017 Rushden Museum will be holding a Fish and Chip Supper at Rushden Railway Station (RHTS) at 7 p.m. for 7.30 p.m.
It was a wonderful day this year for Party in the Park, and as usual, the event was well supported.
Wednesday evening tours of Rushden Hall.
Treasure Trail winner
We have changed our display in the Library cabinet.
It was a really good start to Party Week and we had a very busy afternoon at Rushden Museum.
It was not a good evening, weatherwise, for the Soap Box Derby
Party Week Treasure Trail with Rushden Museum and a chance to win a £20 Wetherspoon voucher!
Party Week will soon be here and Rushden Museum will be joining in. The Soap Box Derby is the first event on Friday 30 June 2017
Part of our exhibition this year is our research area, we have gathered all our files in to one place.
Highfield Baptist Wives Group made their annual visit to the Rushden Museum.
The Rushden Museum opened for this year’s exhibition on 6 May 2017
We have some of our football photographs and trophies on display in the library. They will be there until the end of February, please go and have a look.
Although we will be concentrating on 1917, part of the exhibition will be Schools and Education in Rushden – no particular time.
At our AGM on Thursday 24th February 2016 at Rushden Hall, Rushden Museum is pleased to appoint our new President, Mr. Clive Wood.
Come and see some of our WWI exhibits and photos, and read some of the war diaries and soldiers letters.
A start has been made on this year’s exhibition which will be WWI – Rushden in 1915
Bruno Helsdown held his first Presidents Evening, enjoyed by Members and Friends of the Museum. A thoroughly entertaining evening was had by all on Thursday 25th October.
Come and see our collection of photographs of local teams dating from the early 1900's
Fish and Chip Supper at “Bruno’s”
The last weekend to view this year’s exhibition will be October 25th and 26th.