Author Archives: Museum

‘War Horse’ Warrior

Brough Scott and Patrick Seely, the grandsons of General Sir Jack Seely, unveiled a statue of the General and his horse, Warrior, last week.  The statue is the work of the celebrated equine sculptor, Philip Blacker, and is situated in … Continue reading

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Royal visit

HRH Princess Beatrice of York visited the Museum on Monday, June 16th.  She posed for a picture beneath the portrait of her namesake, Princes Beatrice, the youngest daughter of Queen Victoria and was then shown round the Museum by Johanna … Continue reading

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Monday June 16th

The Museum will be closed on the morning of Monday, June 16th for a private event – re-opening at 12.30pm.

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New exhibition

World War I The new World War I summer exhibition has now opened and is based on the theme of ‘Men and horses go to war’.  It traces the fortunes of three men from different Island families during the War, … Continue reading

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