Already our February talk The Ponds - Houses and People 1860-1913 is sold out, and we have limited spaces for our illustrated March and April talks.
The intimate environment in historic Honeywood Museum restricts the numbers we are able to make available to those who wish to attend. If you'd like to book tickets, please do download, print and return our Booking Form as soon as possible. Free tea and coffee from 19:00 is included in the ticket prices.
Very many congratulations to those who had their tickets drawn by Alison Weir at last night's event:
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Our Autumn Raffle tickets will be on Sale at Honeywood Museum for the final time over the weekend 17/18 November.
Some great prizes, many from local businesses. Please do help us raise funds for all the work we do at, and support we give to, the Museum.
The Raffle will be drawn by best-selling author Alison Weir at our event (now sold out) on Thursday 22 November.
Thank you so much to all those who have already got their tickets, and to all those who have donated prizes.
A weekend of remembrance marking the end of WW1.
Display of personal postcards sent home to loved ones, replica posters, service man’s jacket.
Open 11:00 to 17:00 on both days.
We've just added a number of new events over the Christmas and New Year period and beyond to our Events page!
Some need booking, so do get in early to avoid disappointment.
Look out for the Carshalton Frost Fair details......... and please note the new booking arrangements for our February Honeywood Mini Explorers event for youngsters aged 6-10.
Bookings for our February, March and April illustrated talks are now being taken. John Phillips' talk in February is already proving extremely popular.
We still have a limited number of tickets available for our Black History Month talk on Wednesday 24 October at 19:30.
Black British Civil Rights Heroines rarely feature in discussing matters relating to Civil Rights; this talk is likely to reveal a lot about past prejudices and what we may have learnt from them.
Tony Warner's presentation will provide the names and achievements of those black women born or resident here that fought against British racism over the last 300 years.
We are delighted to say that we will be joined by members of the Black Cultural Archives based in Windrush Square, Brixton.
'Phone Sue on 020 8642 4778 to book tickets. £5 (£4 Friends), which includes tea/coffee from 19:00.