You are probably fed up with pictures of foundations so I will only include a few this week. We are anxiously awaiting the arrival of the steel (due on Tuesday now). The museum is now hidden behind graphics showing some of the objects that will be out on display when we reopen next summer. If … Continue reading 15: Time for an update
Sometimes things just happen and you have to drop everything. Even in the middle of a massive project like our new extension there have been a few occasions when I have had to focus on something completely different, and that was the case with the Landkey Parish Table. "If ever there was a piece of … Continue reading 14: The tale of a table
It's 13 weeks into the build and we have a new site manager. Mark Jordan (he's the one on the right) has replaced Clive, who had to leave for family reasons. He was quite disappointed to leave us, as this is one of the first Barnstaple sites he has been responsible for and he live … Continue reading 13: Unlucky for some?
As we wait for the foundations to be finished and the steel to arrive (and oh! what a long wait it seems) I have been looking back at the Museum recent history. The last time any major work was done to our building was in 1988-9 when the Council bought the old Athenaeum and began … Continue reading 12: 30 years ago…