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Become a Friend of The Oxfordshire Museum

The Friends of The Oxfordshire Museum is a registered charity set up over 20 years ago.

It was set up to support the museum to display the culture and heritage of the county.

Over those years it has raised funds to contribute to the cost of the physical development of the buildings and displays to ensure that this is a museum fit for the 21st century.

The Friends finance temporary exhibitions and family learning programs, and in addition conduct appeals for money to purchase items for the museum's collections. Friends enjoy many benefits including monthly lectures and regular outings.

Membership cost

  • Individual membership is £15
  • Dual membership (two adults at the same address): £25

Subscriptions are payable annually on 1 April.

Patrons and benefactors

If you would like to become a patron or benefactor you may do so by making the following minimum annual donation:

  • Individual patron: £50
  • Individual benefactor: £100
  • Corporate benefactor: £250

As well as membership of the Friends, patrons and benefactors also enjoy:

  • invitations to private views and special events at the Museum
  • acknowledgement in the annual report.

How to join

Or send a stamped addressed envelope to:
Friends Membership
The Oxfordshire Museum
Park Street
Woodstock
OX20 1SN

Email: friendsoftom@live.co.uk

Lecture programme 2017/18

Lectures are held at the museum and start at 7.30pm (numbers are limited). They are free to Friends, £4 for visitors. For more information visit: www.FriendsOfTom.co.uk or email FriendsOfTom@live.co.uk. Telephone 01993 811456.

5 July – Ashley Jackson
Researching And Writing Global And Imperial History.

August – No Meeting

6 September – Liz Woolley
The Common Lodging-House In Victorian England.

4 October – Pam Manix
Updating Oxford’s Medieval Jewish Quarter: New Digs, New Finds.

1 November – Anni Byard
Recent Discoveries From The Portable Antiquities Scheme In Oxfordshire

6 December – Lesley Dunlop
Times Of Contrast – A Geological Perspective Of Oxfordshire In The Jurassic And Quaternary

10 January 2018 – John Banbury 
Trees – And The Making Of Our Woodland

7 February 2018 – Mark Davies
A Literary Tour Of Oxford’s Waterways.

7 March 2018 – John McNeil
The Medieval Parish Church In Oxfordshire From Romanesque to Gothic.

Last reviewed
05 April 2017

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