Tag Archives: Essex

Object of the month: July 2015

Object of the Month: July 2015 Havering Museum occupies the ground floor of the last surviving Romford Brewery building, and Brewery memorabilia features prominently in our collection. Our featured object this month reflects the close relationship that the Brewery once … Continue reading

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Object of the Month: June

Our object of the month for June showcases some fascinating local fossils that are part of Havering Museum’s collection. These fossils were donated to Havering Council who passed them onto Havering Museum in 2010. They are the only ones in … Continue reading

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Object of the Month: March 2015

By Matthew Abel, Exhibitions Team Leader Welcome to the first post in our new blog feature, Object of the Month! Each month, we will be researching and writing about a different object from the Museum’s collection, which will be displayed … Continue reading

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Chapman & Andre Map of Essex 1777

Havering Museum has turned to its volunteers to discover more about the collections. Keep following the Blog to discover more about¬†the fascinating objects in the Museum.¬† Volunteer Monica next to the Chapman & Andre map in the museum reception area. … Continue reading

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Essex Murders

Havering Museum is delighted to welcome Linda Stratmann to the Museum on Wednesday 6 July for a lecture titled Essex Murders. In this lecture Linda seeks to reveal the murky criminal heritage behind Essex’s seemingly peaceful facade. In the run-up … Continue reading

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