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Come and visit Godalming Museum

Godalming Museum Exhibitions Until 17th March, talented graphic artist and painter Rose Seber will return with a high quality exhibition entitled Rocky Mountains and Alaskan Glaciers. This time her evocative art is inspired by a journey from Calgary to Vancouver, by way of Banff and Jasper, travelling on the Rocky Mountain Express, exploring inaccessible mountains helicopter and sailing up the spectacular Alaskan coast.

From March 20th to April 7th Conquest Art will return with a fascinating exhibition. They are a remarkable group of people with disabilities who meet weekly to paint and explore new techniques and styles, producing individual and rewarding work guided by volunteer teachers.

The third in the series of Wednesday lectures run by Godalming Museum and Godalming Trust will be given by Professor Martin Biddle, CBE, FBA. The lecture is entitled “Nonsuch Palace and Loseley Park” and takes place on  Wednesday 21st March at the Octagon, Godalming Parish Church, Church Street at 7.30 for 8pm. Tickets £5, from Godalming Museum or at the door.

Godalming Museum is located at 109a High Street, by the Pepperpot. It is open Tuesday to Saturday 10 am to 4pm in Wintertime, and 10am to 5pm in Summertime. Admission is free but donations are welcomed. The Local Studies library is open in the afternoon from 1pm to 4pm. Tea, coffee and cold drinks are available throughout the day. Children are always welcome. There is a delightful Jekyll style garden at the rear of the museum and an excellent gift shop. Godalming Museum is run in partnership with Godalming Town council and Godalming Museum Trust.For further information please contact the Museum on 01483 426510 or visit www.godalmingmuseum.org.uk


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