This new book is published in celebration of the 150 years trading of Radstock Co-op. A Short History of the Radstock Co-operative Society by Nigel Watson. The Radstock Co-operative Society has been serving the local community for 150 years. Founded in
Issue 90: Spring 2018: Available from the Museum Shop for £4. • News from the Museum • Vobster Women’s Institute ‘grand day ‘out’, June 1953, Duncan Harper • The last Baron Radstock, a pupil at Monkton Combe School in the 1880s, Jacqueline
Fourteen circular walks in and around Radstock by Peter Bradshaw, Larry Cunningham and Sue Fraser. This brand new book, which is priced at £5.00, is published by Radstock Museum. All the walks in the book start and finish at Radstock Museum.
We have added three new memorabilia packs to our selection in the Museum Shop: Churchill, Suffragette and RAF at war. Memorabilia packs are a great way to bring history alive. They contain replicas of items associated with their theme, e.g.
Isambard Kingdom Brunel by Robin Jones £4.99
Issue 89: Winter 2017: Available from the Museum Shop for £4. • Museum news: recent acquisitions for the Society collection • Memories of Shoscombe, John Carter and Philip Holdway • From schoolroom to battlefield: Ted Horler, Gill Hogarth • A
Mendip Engineering and the Mendip Car – An Industrial Revolution in Chewton Mendip by Tom Randall is now available exclusively from Radstock Museum Shop. This brand new book, which is priced at £12.95 (postage and packing is extra; see below), includes
Historical review of the Bristol and Somerset Coalfields by W. C. Wells is New in the Shop and available for £4.00 This booklet was first published in 1977 and covers the Beginning, the Early Years, the Boom years and the
We have a new range of bespoke merchandise for sale in the Museum shop. Using black and white archive photographs of local miners and drawings made by Chris Marshall we have commissioned a range of products with illustrations of Radstock
Just in time for the wet summer school holidays our do-it-yourself money box kit, price just £1:00, for children to colour and assemble into a model of the Market Hall building. All you need are colouring pens, scissors and glue.