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Friends of Harlow Museum


Meets: Every second Wednesday at the Museum of Harlow.
 

Activities: Lectures during the winter months and visits during the summer. Friends are invited to exhibition previews and special events at the Museum.
 

Contact: Brenda Miller, 32 Old Orchard, Harlow, CM18 6YG
 

Telephone: 01279 422131
 

Email: brendajune.miller@tiscali.co.uk

 

 

 

Harlow Civic Society

 

Meets: For lectures in October, February and April and general meetings in January and September at the Museum of Harlow.
 

Activities: Campaigns to encourage high quality future development in the town, appreciate and conserve Harlow's heritage and increase awareness of civic values. Gives talks to schools, colleges and organsations, mounts exhibition etc.
 

Contact: For education and events; Jackie Storey, 47 Bynghams, Harlow, Essex, CM19 5NS

 

Telephone: 01279 830784

 

Email: jackie.storey@ntlworld.com

 

 

 

 

Harlow Study Centre


Consisting of a medieval tithe barn, 12th century church of St.Andrews and 16th century day barn. Grade 1 listed and a scheduled ancient monument the buildings were restored in the 1990s to provide high quality venues for seminars, conferences and meetings

 

Contact : Harlow Education Consortium, The Study Centre, Netteswellbury Farm CM18 6BW

Telephone: 01279 446725

Email: admin@hecuk.net

 

 

Harlow Museum and Walled Gardens

Chronicles the history of Harlow and the surrounding district from the present day back to prehistoric times. Renowned for its Roman artifacts and Metropolitan ware pottery. Houses the New Town archive. Managed by Science Alive in partnership with Harlow Council, offering a schools and education service and regular holiday workshops for children.

Open: Tuesdays - Saturday 10am -4pm

Contact: Harlow Museum, Muskham Road, Harlow, Essex CM20 2LF

Telephone: 01279 454959

Email: info@science-alive.co.uk

Website: www.science-aive.co.uk

 

 

 

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