4000 year old woman
1 Elmsleigh Road, Staines-upon-Thames, TW18 4PM. United Kingdom

Phone: 01784 461 804
Email: staff@spelthornemuseum.org.uk


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No talk in December, instead the Seasonal Social for Members of SALHG and Volunteers will be on the 9th. (Please see Talks page for details)


Our New Exhibit is the final display for World War One. We will have the booklet that goes with the last year of the war for sale as well as the exhibit.
A new booklet is now available showing aspects of all of the years the War went on. (1914 - 1918)

Open: Saturday 28th July, 2018 until December 21st
Everyone is invited. Always Free.

This Exhibit is located in the Thames Room of the Museum, that is open Weds, Fri: 2 - 4 pm and Saturday 1:30 -4:30 pm. First Sat of each month we open at 11 am. until 4:30 pm.

For those who do not know we are located through the Staines library, just come on in.

The Elmsleigh Room of the Museum is open whenever the Library is open.

The Museum is devoted to the history of Spelthorne, which includes Ashford, Laleham, Shepperton, Staines, Stanwell and Sunbury and is the only establishment of this kind in the Borough. The archaeology collection is one of major importance in Surrey. The Museum has many permanent and temporary displays.

(Sorry, the booklet is sold out but we will be having a new one done for November showing aspects of all of the years the War went on. (1914 - 1918).)

At the 2018 AGM the following members were elected on to the Committee:
Chair - Pam Cole
Vice-Chair - Sheila Montague
Treasurer -Julia Gibbs
Secretary/Editor - Jenny Scripps
Committee - D. Hallé, C Mitchell, M Taylor
Volunteer Representative/Web-master - G Hazell
Museum Mentor - R Ferneley
Curator - Nick Pollard


Window on Spelthorne
(in the Elmsleigh Room - by back emergency exit)

Early opening on Saturday morning:
On the first Saturday of the month we have an additional session in the Thames Room when we open at 11 am. The Thames Room closes at 4:30 as normal on a Saturday.