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Halloween fun at Pendon

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Like to quiver in your boots? On Saturday 28th of October we will have a guest storyteller to regale us with spooky stories. Aimed at children between 5 and 9, stories will be told throughout the day during normal museum open times. (Trains will be running as usual).

Join us on Wednesday 25th October in the Autumn half-term for one of our popular drop-in junior modelling sessions with our modelling experts. These are offered on a first come first serve basis and are included in the price of admission. For more information about our family events please visit our website.

Volunteer Recruitment Event

Did you know that Pendon Museum is an Independent Charity? We rely on the volunteers to help us preserve and enhance our exhibits, and keep the museum open to the public. Have you ever thought about volunteering but want to know more? Why not come to have a look around, find out about our current opportunities and have a chat with volunteers during our Volunteer recruitment event on October 15th between 2 and 4pm.

Entry to the museum will be free from 2pm. To register your interest, please contact Tim, Volunteer Coordinator, at

We look forward to seeing you there.


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