UPCOMING AND RECENT EVENTS
17 June 11am-3.30pm
How sweet was life in Oliver Cromwell’s time?
Join us on Saturday 17 June 11am-3.30pm, for a free, fun family event ‘All about Bees’ in Cromwell’s time as part of the Huntingdon Summer festival.
The Cromwell Museum team will be joined by the Huntingdon Beekeeper’s Association (HBKA). Discover a range of beekeeping equipment including a replica 17th Century ‘skep’ (hive), wax sculptures, photos and equipment, and honey for sale.
Along with honey for sale, there will also be free colouring sheets for children, and copies of 17th century recipes available inside the Museum.
The event will take place directly outside the Museum in Market Square. Entrance to the Cromwell Museum is free (with a suggested donation of £2 per visitor).
Wednesday 27th September 2017
The Rt. Hon. Lord Naseby and the Trustees of the Cromwell Museum Invite You To The 2nd Annual Cromwell Museum Dinner On Wednesday 27th September 2017 At Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge
The 2nd Annual Cromwell Museum Dinner
At Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge
Dress Code – Lounge Suit
Timings – 7:30pm -10:00pm
Tickets: £100 per person
Tables for groups available.
£75 per person for Cromwell Museum Volunteers, members of The Friends of Cromwell Museum and for members of the Cromwell Association (with one guest at same rate).
Free to members of the Museum Patron’s Club.
Includes drinks reception and three course meal.
This will not be a puritan affair! After dinner, we shall challenge your preconceptions of Cromwell and his era with a short talk by guest speaker Dr James Brown of the University of East Anglia, so come and find out about drink and drinking in the 1650’s and join us in a:
Toast to Cromwellian Alehouses
All profits go towards the running of the Museum.
To find out more and book, simply download and complete the form on the reverse and return with payment to:
The Cromwell Museum Trust, c/o Huntingdon Library, Princes Street, Huntingdon, Cambs, PE29 3PA