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'Treasures with Tales' is the title of a new exhibition planned for Wallingford Museum's new season – and they'd like to see your special pieces, if you're willing to share them.

Stu Darby writes:

'Most of us keep treasured items - not because they are ‘valuable’ but because they have a special significance. So Wallingford Museum would like to ask you to share some of your ‘Treasures with Tales’ to create a very special exhibition for 2018.

'So far we've had offers of things as diverse as a 1940s doll's house made from an old orange box, a candlestick with special Benson connections, and even two stones from the original London Bridge!'

If you have a treasure with a tale of your own you'd like to share, contact

The museum is also looking for people with half a day or more to spare each month to help out next season. No previous experience necessary other than a desire to meet people. If you think this might be you, contact Gerard Latham on 01491 832224 or email
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