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Day 1 Lockdown at the Museum - Prehistory, Palaeolithic

Day 2 Godalming Museum garden 1

Day 3 Prehistory, Mesolithic

Day 4 Tree building with Mervyn Mewis

Day 5 Prehistory, Neolithic

Day 6 Godalming Town Clock

Day 7 Prehistory, Bronze Age 

Day 8 Romans

Day 9 Saxons

Day 10 The Museum’s medieval building

Day 11 Godalming’s traditional industries, stone

Day 12 Godalming’s traditional industries, wood

Day 13 Godalming’s traditional industries, wool

Day 14 Framework knitting with Derek Barnes

Day 15 Godalming’s traditional industries, leather

Day 16 Field trip 1- the Wey

Day 17 Queen Elizabeth I’s charter

Day 18 Field trip 2 - the Ock

Day 19 Key hole archaeology and Godalming’s development 800 - 1300

Day 20 Clay pipes, 16th – 20th century

Day 21 18th century, Godalming Navigation

Day 22 18th century, General James Edward Oglethorpe, founder of Georgia

Day 23 18th century, deliberately hidden garments

Day 24 Godalming Museum garden 2

Day 25 18th century, Rev. Owen Manning, historian

Day 26 18th century – The dangers of the London to Portsmouth Road

Day 27 18th century – A Roman memorial and the Ghost Walk at Busbridge Hall

Day 28 18th century – Mary Toft, the rabbit woman of Godalming

Day 29 19th century – Godalming before the railway

Day 30 19th century – Godalming Bank

Day 31 Samplers, 18th – 20th century

Day 32 19th century – the British School (now Godalming Junior)

Day 33 19th century – Godalming’s last public hanging

Day 34 19th century – Godalming Gasworks

Day 35 Godalming Museum Garden 3 - Gertrude Jekyll's favourite tulips 

Day 36 19th century - Godalming Police

Day 37 19th century - the Railway

Day 38 19th century - Gertrude Jekyll

Day 39 19th century - Godalming Fire Brigade

Day 40 19th century - Godalming Water Supply

Day 41 19th century - the World's First Public Electricity Supply

Day 42 19th century - Two Jubilees and a Coronation

Day 43 19th century - Allotments Then and Now

Day 44 Field trip 3 - Stink Pipes

Day 45 19th century - Godalming Technical Institute

Day 46 19th century - Victorian Kitchen, bottle jack and range

Day 47 19th century - Victorian Home, tinderboxes and rush lights

Day 48 19th century - Victorian Poverty

Day 49 19th century - Washday and the Godalming Sanitary Steam Laundry

Day 50(1) WWII - Digging for Victory

Day 50(2) WWII - Keeping (& killing) rabbits and chickens

Day 50(3) WWII - Feeding the family on rations

Day 50(4) WWII - Air Raid Precautions

Day 50(5) WWII - Wartime schooldays

Day 50(6) WWII - Evacuees

Day 50(7) WWII - Canadian soldiers from Witley Camps

Day 50(8) WWII - VE Day Party on Ockford Ridge

Day 50(9) WWII - Post-war conditions in Germany

Day 51 19th century - The Pepperpot has a narrow escape

Day 52 20th century - 100 years of Godalming Guide Books

Day 53 20th century - Paine's knitwear factory

Day 54 20th century - The Siege of Mafeking and the Boy Scouts

Day 55 20th century - Church Parade, Empire Day, original film from c.1912

Day 56 20th century - Shop Local, Godalming Chamber of Commerce

Day 57 20th century - Postcards from Jack (Jack Phillips and the Titanic)

Day 58 20th century - Opening the Phillips Memorial

Day 59 Godalming Museum Garden 4: roses

Day 60 WWI - The Bird family and Old Croft

Day 61 WWI - Arthur Harbour in India and Iraq

Day 62 WWI - Women War Workers at Cross Farm, Shackleford

Day 63 WWI - Witley and Milford Army Camps

Day 64 WWI - An ambulance for the Red Cross, original film by Mr Fudger

Day 65 WWI - The Borough of Godalming Roll of Honour

Day 66 20th century - The influenza pandemic of 1918

Day 67 20th century - Charles Burgess Freeman of the Borough of Godalming

Day 68 20th century - Godalming Museum

Day 69 20th century - Shopping Week, June 1922

Day 70 20th century -  George Mallory gives a public lecture 1922

Day 71 20th century - Godalming Carnival 1924

Day 72 20th century - the Depression and the General Strike

Day 73 20th century - Godalming County Grammar School

Day 74 Godalming Museum Garden 5 - a garden ABC

Day 75 20th century - the early days of Ockford Ridge

 

 

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