Tiny Talk Time

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Go along for stories, crafts and museum fun in this special time for 2 – 5 year olds. Tiny Talk Time runs on alternate weeks during school term time, with a different story or rhyme as the theme of each session. On weeks they are not running Tiny Talk Time, you can try out their Fox & Cubs Forest School for preschoolers.

Tiny Talk Time tickets are £3.50 per child.
Block book any four different dates for £12.

Where/When

Alternate Fridays at Wycombe Museum. You can check dates and book tickets here http://wycombemuseum.org.uk/tinytalktime/

Times are usually 10:15 and 13:15 but always check/book tickets before you go.

Contact/More Information

W: http://wycombemuseum.org.uk/ 
T: 01494 957 210
E: info@wycombemuseum.org

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5 months ago

Wycombe Museum

On Sunday, we were involved in a live Wycombe Windrush 2020 celebration zoom party. The fantastic event included talks, dancing, quizzes, singing, steel pan playing, and much more from local people in their homes.

The team have put together a highlight reel of some of the best bits from the five-hour long event, and would love for you to take a look at some of what we enjoyed! Click on the link below.

Thank you to everyone who was involved, to the over 100 guests who joined in, and to Church Urban Fund who supported the event.

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Saturday evening old pub photo - the Crown at Penn in about 1935 ... See MoreSee Less

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A waggon load of chairs wrapped in straw outside Glenisters factory in 1895, ready to be transported for sale. ... See MoreSee Less

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Saturday evening old pub photo - The Falcon in about 1900 with the London to Oxford coach outside. ... See MoreSee Less

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Wethereds brewery, Marlow. Brewing was the largest employer in Marlow and it was said at one time that there were only two industries in Marlow - 'the making of beer and the drinking of it!' ... See MoreSee Less

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Saturday evening old pub photo - Ye Olde King's Arms in Stokenchurch in about 1930 ... See MoreSee Less

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Our Clap for Carers Thursday object of the day - photo of the Children's ward at Wycombe Hospital in 1969
Thank you NHS and all carers
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On the Home Front in World War 1, 1917. Members of the Women's Land Army working with forestry workers to fell trees near High Wycombe , about July 1917. Women workers were warned by the Government:
"You are doing a man's work and so you are dressed rather like a man; but remember that because you wear a smock and trousers you should take care to behave like an English girl who expects chivalry and respect from everyone she meets”!
Photo courtesy of High Wycombe Library and SWOP
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Did you know - Shakespeare is believed to have written some of his best plays under 'lockdown'? When the London playhouses were closed due to the plague, he toured the country with other actors and probably also wrote Macbeth, King Lear and Anthony & Cleopatra. Portrait painted over a print of Shakespeare by Lumley-Burdett-Coutts from our collection. ... See MoreSee Less

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