The meeting room was once stables for housing the farm horses.

When horses disappeared from the farm, it was used as a store room and

remained like that until the Pitstone & Ivinghoe Society volunteers

transformed it into the present meeting room. The brick walls and

ceiling beams were water/abrasive pressure washed to remove all the

old grime, a new floor covered the original cobbled stable floor and

fitted out as you see it today. Many of the old stable features

including the manger and the hay racks have been retained.

The room is used for society meetings

(meetings/talks are held monthly on the fourth Thursday of the month),

for exhibits on the museum open days and a meeting room for adult groups

visiting the museum, if required. A small kitchen with basic

facilities is adjacent to the main room.

Membership of the Pitstone & Ivinghoe Museum Society is available

at 12.00 for single members and 18.00 for joint membership.

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