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This is a small community-run museum that has been collecting artefacts over the last ten years and, at last, has somewhere to exhibit them. The displays have been set-up with advice from the local dementia action alliance - KINDA - and include a...more
This little museum is small, but perfectly formed. When we visited the lady who showed us all the artefacts couldn’t have been more friendly or knowledgable. My daughters tried weaving, playing musical instruments, coin rubbing and all sorts of other things. Really well worth a...More
JuliaattheGallery, Curator at Knighton Museum, responded to this reviewResponded 30 May 2018
Thank you! Thanks for taking the time to write a review and hope to see you back again.
I visited here with a group I volunteer with which is dedicated to supporting families affected by dementia. We were interested in seeing the displays the museum has from the perspective of jogging memories for people with dementia, but this museum really is a little...More
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JuliaattheGallery, Curator of Collection at Knighton Museum, responded to this reviewResponded 16 March 2018
What a wonderful review! We were so overwhelmed by it that we've posted it to the Knighton Memories Facebook page.
We'd love to see you all again and we'll put our thinking caps on for another proper 'old-fashioned' cake.
The museum opened a few weeks ago in a prime spot on the high street next to the Tower Gallery. In a short time the volunteers have amassed a wealth of local history and the collection is growing. When I visited in August a lady...More
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JuliaattheGallery, Curator at Knighton Museum, responded to this reviewResponded 22 November 2017
Thank you for doing our first review! The collection continues to grow and people have been so very generous.