Leaving a gift in your Will
If you love Amersham Museum and believe in the importance of sharing our local history, leaving a gift in your Will to the Museum will help provide an enduring legacy for future generations; it is an incredible gift that you can make to both the Museum and our community.
We do not receive any government funding so we rely on people like you to help secure our future. We understand that you may be particularly inspired by aspects of our work so you can decide how you would like the Museum to use your gift. Perhaps you have a particular love of the building or would like to see future generations immerse themselves in our education programme. Or would you like to see our current and future collection conserved or more exhibitions at the Museum? Tell us where your interests lie or simply leave a gift to the Museum and we promise to use it wisely and where the need is greatest.
Making or changing your Will is quite straightforward but we recommend you consult your solicitor when doing. There are various ways in which you can decide to make a donation – you can leave a fixed sum, a percentage of your estate or a specific gift – for example an item such as a painting or an item of historic interest. It is entirely up to you.
We appreciate that a Will is a very private matter but if you would like to ask a question or discuss leaving a gift to the Museum with us, please get in contact with our Curator, Emily Toettcher by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or call her on 01494 723700. She will be delighted to help you. Alternatively you can download our legacy leaflet here which gives you more information.
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49 High Street
The museum is open just for the next two weekends – 5th/6th/12th/13th 12-4.30pm
The Christmas shop (only and not the museum) is open
- Thursday 3rd – 10am-2pm
- Friday 4th – 4pm-7pm
- Monday to Friday 7th to 11th – 10am-2pm
- Monday to Thursday 14th to 17th – 10am-2pm
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