On Saturday September 5 Daventry Museum had a turnout of over 60 people visiting the new exhibition ‘Memories of World War 2’.
Visitors enjoyed the new displays and were delighted to view demonstrations, from Roger Money, on his collection of military guns and the opportunity to talk to Gerry Thompson who continues to carry out research in to the history of local military men who lost their lives during the Second World War.
During the morning, visitors evoked memories of wartime by reminiscing and singing along to wartime songs played on the Museum’s piano by Robert Jennens, former Organist at Daventry Holy Cross Church.
Daventry Town Council and Daventry Museum would like to thank all those who attended and those who contributed to the commemoration of 70 years since VE day and the end of World War 2.
‘Memories of World War 2’ runs until the New Year and is open on the following Saturdays with special guests Roger Money, Gerry Thompson and Robert Jennens: Saturday 3rd October; Saturday 7th November; and Saturday 5th December from 10am to 4pm.
The Museum is continuing to encourage visitors to share their memories and bring in memorabilia so please get in contact with the Museum, we are open Tuesday to Friday from 9.30am to 1.30pm.
Contact Daventry Museum on 01327 301246 for more information. You can also reach the museum via firstname.lastname@example.org or by post at Daventry Museum, Daventry Town Council, 3 New Street, Daventry, NN11 4BT.