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Afternoon course: BEXHILL & HASTINGS IN WW2
on: Sat 19th October from: 2 pm to 4.30 pm
Bexhill Museum

BEXHILL & HASTINGS IN WW2

Ken Brooks will be joined by Dave Hatherell to present the story of Bexhill and Hastings in WW2. At this time the Sussex coast was very much in the front line. However, despite the threat of invasion and the terror of the bombing raids, everyday life continued, often with our British sense of humour. This half-day course has been specially planned to fit in with the opening of the new WW2 gallery at the Museum. There will be an opportunity to visit this, with the Izzard Model Railway, showing Bexhill in January 1940, as its centrepiece.

Pre-booking is advised as places are limited. Phone 01424 222058 or pop in to the Museum to pay for a place. Fees are £12 per person, £10 for members, refreshments are included


About us
Bexhill Museum offers something for everyone from local history and archaeology to fashion and Bexhill’s motor heritage. The unique collections are housed in a distinctive building which combines a traditional Edwardian museum with a modern extension. The Museum runs a wide range of special events, activities and workshops throughout the year for children, families and adults.

How to find us
Egerton Road, Bexhill TN39 3HL. Situated just north of the seafront, West Parade by the Clock Tower, signposted from West Parade and De La Warr Pavilion.

Egerton Road
TN39 3HL Bexhill, East Sussex
01424 222058
www.bexhillmuseum.co.uk