Aileen Kilburn

Aileen Kilburn of Chesham Bois was killed when she was just 19 when the Wrens Hostel in Great Yarmouth was bombed in March 1943 Read the full article by clicking […]

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Sergeant Keith Russell Baker

Sergeant Keith Russell Baker, the story of a ‘Tail-End Charlie’ who died in Holland 76 years ago by Alison Bailey, Sue Cottrell and Wessel Scheer. Click on this link to […]

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VE Day Commemoration

Due to the current crisis we are not able to celebrate 75 years since VE Day in the way we had planned. However, some of our amazing volunteers have made […]

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Launch of Amersham Museum 200 Club

The Trustees of Amersham Museum are pleased to announce that in accordance with Gambling Commission rules, we have introduced a Small Society Lottery to be known as the “Amersham Museum […]

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THE DARKEST DAYS OF WORLD WAR II

In this article for the Bucks Free Press, Alison Bailey looks back at the tragic events of July 1944, when Christina, the 18 month old daughter of Lt Col Arthur […]

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Stanley Comben

Stanley Comben lived with his family in The Dial House, he was a member of the well-known  builders, Comben and Wakeling.

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William Monk

In this new article by Alison Bailey, Samantha Free, and Martin Pounce you can find out about a former famous Amersham resident, William Monk, He was one of England’s most […]

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Dr Humphrey England

Click this link to read the latest article by Alison Bailey about Dr Humphrey England and his wife, Polly, early health workers in Amersham

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Plan Your Visit

49 High Street
Old Amersham
Buckinghamshire
HP7 0DP

01494 723700
info@amershammuseum.org

We are open from Wednesday to Sunday, 12 noon until 4:30pm. You can pre-book your time slot or drop-in.

“Enjoyed our visit to this wonderful interactive museum where you are positively encouraged to touch things!”

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