Titanic: Honour & Glory, Behind the Scenes Talk

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03/03/2018 13:00 - 14:00
Havering Museum
Phone:01708 766571
Address: 19-21 High St, Romford RM1 1JU, UK

This talk for the Friends of Havering Museum will take place as planned. Due to the uncertainty of the weather, the Museum may remain closed in the morning and the doors will open just for the talk at 12:45, the talk starts at 13:00. Most of the places have now been booked so please call 01708 766571 or email marketing@haveringmuseum.org.uk if you would like to come but haven’t booked.

Tickets are £5 each , there is no charge if you are a member of the FoHM but you must still book as there are a limited number of places..

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    JOIN THE FRIENDS OF HAVERING MUSEUM AND HELP TO PROMOTE AND SUPPORT YOUR MUSEUM

    You will receive regular newsletters and invitations to free walks, talks and occasional exhibition previews.

    Collect a membership form from the Havering Museum or email:  fohmmembers@googlemail.com 

     

     

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