Exhibition: A State of Change: One man’s view of the A14 Upgrade
13 March 2019 - 27 April 2019
at 11am to 4pm
St Neots Museum
Local artist Michael Murfin has been documenting the progress of Highways England’s £1.5 billion scheme to upgrade the A14 between Cambridge to Huntingdon. This is the UK’s biggest road upgrade and Michael has produced a stunning series of new works which explore the wide variety of works involved in the upgrade from archaeological excavations to heavy construction work.
Tickets can be booked and paid for online, or in the museum reception, by email or call us on 01480 214163.
Recently donated to the museum is an old notice about the food provided to prisoners which makes rather grim reading! It is thought to have hung in St Neots Police Station before the First World War. The notice is too long to scan in one go so it is in two sections here ... See MoreSee Less
A vibrant new piece of art is taking shape on the side of the Pig and Falcon in New Street / Priory Lane, yesterday artist Dennis was busy painting the work which will read 'Soul' once complete. ... See MoreSee Less
Our next Eynesbury Ghost Walks are on Wednesday 16th January and Wednesday 13th February, tickets available now on Eventbrite: www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/eynesbury-ghost-walk-tickets-54579625128 Discover the ghosts who haunt this ancient area of St Neots on our evening walk. Eynesbury is the mother parish from which St Neots itself grew as pilgrims visited the shrine of St Neots before the Norman conquest of 1066. How well do you know this part of St Neots and what ghostly stories does the area hold? ... See MoreSee Less
Happy New Year from all at St Neots Museum! This stone head was hiding in our store and we hope to research its history in the New Year. Although the museum is closed to the public in January we will be hard at work cleaning and re-organising the museum - and the storage areas - ready to reopen in early February. ... See MoreSee Less