The Museum

Spencer Perceval Exhibition

  Spencer Perceval and All Saints Church New exhibition at Gunnersbury Park Museum,  October 3 2009 – Jan 3 2010 Spencer Perceval was the only Ealing resident to become Prime Minister (in 1809) and the only British Prime Minister to
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More floods in the Large Mansion museum stores

The structure of the Large Mansion is proving unable to cope with the heavy rainstorms that West London experienced in July. One major downpour caused water to flow down the walls of the Victorian Kitchens and the Housekeeper’s Still Room
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Volunteers needed, 20 September 2009

Vanda Foster, Gunnersbury’s curator, writes: We plan to open the Large Mansion, the Bath-house and the Temple at Gunnersbury on the Sunday of London Open House weekend. We are short of volunteers for the Temple. We are hoping some Gunnersbury
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Hounslow Summer Uni at Gunnersbury 2009

A    Audition Technique workshop, age 14 to 21 years Tuesday 28 and Thursday 30 July, 10am to 3pm Thinking of an acting career in theatre, film or TV, or auditioning for drama school or a theatre company? This is a
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Goblin Boots and Fairy Tales

Half term activities for May 2009 Goblin Boots and Fairy Shoes Make your own goblin boots and fairy shoes to take home with you, helped by the members of the Isleworth Embroiderers’ Guild. Wednesday 27 May (under 8s) 10am to
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Awards to museum volunteers

The Mayor of Hounslow, Cllr Genevieve Hibbs, hosted afternoon tea for 35 of the Museum’s volunteers in the Victorian Kitchens at Gunnersbury on 30 April. People help the work of the museum in many different ways – mending costumes for
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Branching Out exhibition: 9 – 31 May 2009

  This is the sixth biennial exhibition of the Isleworth and District Branch of the Embroiderers’ Guild – and their first at Gunnersbury. On show will be a variety of works by members in which they have been encouraged to
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