The Heritage Park - Pitstone Green Museum
The Pitstone & Invinghoe Museum Society, registered charity No. 273931, is the body responsible for managing and operating The Heritage Park - Pitstone Green Museum.
The Society is always looking for volunteers to join our dedicated team who work at the museum on a regular basis.
We are always looking for help in the following areas: -
General maintenance, cleaning, painting, building, carpentry, display creation, visitor guides, information technology, landscape / gardening, museum storage and documentation, catering and reception. This list is not in any order or necessarily complete, we may have opportunities for everyone.
If you would like to become involved and create new skills or update old ones. Make new friends have fun in a great atmosphere then please contact the Museum Manager: -
firstname.lastname@example.org Please note that to volunteer you do not need to be a member of the Society.
Membership of the Society is available at £12.00 for single members and £18.00 for joint membership.
Society members also receive the following benefits: -
If you are interested please contact the membership secretary at: -
The Pitstone & Ivinghoe Museum Society holds meetings and talks, usually every month. The talks take place in the Meeting / Exhibition Room. The cost is £2 for members and £3 for non-members. Light refreshments are provided at the end of the event.
2.30 pm Thursday 25th January 2024
Steve Burnage - UK Government Hydrogen Strategy.
Where I present and critique how the UK Hydrogen Strategy plans to progress into the 2050s and how they position hydrogen to address the Carbon Budget and Net Zero Commitments.
Along with how this impacts energy production, supply and consumption, for Industry, transport and domestic use.
2.30 pm Thursday 22 nd February 2024
Will Dickinson of Cross Farm, Harpenden
I would intend to talk a bit about the history of our time here and to also link that history with what we do now, how it has changed and how it has not and to talk a bit about where we might be heading in the future, including food, farming, leisure and the environment.
I hope that we will have a good and challenging discussion about all things agricultural, genetic, mechanical and chemical. I have an appearance on Clarkson's Farm but if you blink you will miss it!
It would be good to speak to your members and share the history of the farm here, we have been here since 1815 and I am the sixth generation to farm here my son is the seventh.’
2.30 pm Thursday 28 th March 2024
Roger Mason - The Duke of Wellington.
The Duke of Wellington is said the be Britain’s greatest soldier, and his victories include defeating Napoleon at the Battle of Waterloo. He was twice Prime Minister and fought a duel whilst holding this office. His love life was extensive, and he shared two mistresses with Napoleon, though not at the same time.