Posted 29 October 2010 by Andrew Gardner
HRH, The Prince of Wales will be visiting the Weald and Downland Museum at Singleton, near Chichester on Thursday 11 November 2010, as part of their 40th anniversary celebrations.
He will have an opportunity to see some of the 45 original rescued historic buildings which have been carefully dismantled and re-erected on the Museum’s site in the South Downs National Park.
As well as being home to the historic buildings in its care, the Museum keeps alive the traditions of the countryside with demonstrations of trades and crafts such as milling, blacksmithing and coppicing; traditional downland farming, and a renowned programme of adult learning in many aspects of Historic Building Conservation and Rural Trades and Crafts.
You can visit their website here.