This museum is well worth going to see. There is no hurry for you to study and marvel at the exhibits. It is such a good collection of pre and war time items, and gives such a feel for what our parents and grandparents went through during the war (and after) with rationing, the blitz, clothing, laundry to name but a few and the make do and mend which was so important. Sit in an Anderson shelter with the sounds of bombs going off, experience the fear that the occupants felt not knowing what was going on outside during a raid. The whole experience is quite sobering but also amusing with some of the items on show. Try your hand at sending morse code. An museum not to missed.
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