Ryedale Folk Museum gets ready to reopen

Gazette & Herald: Maureen Wass, front, Ryedale Folk Museum’s retail manager, and Wendy Simms, learning assistant, get ready for  the new season Maureen Wass, front, Ryedale Folk Museum’s retail manager, and Wendy Simms, learning assistant, get ready for the new season

RYEDALE Folk Museum re-opens for its new season on Sunday after a busy winter behind the scenes.

Kevin Simms, museum director, said staff and volunteers had been working hard to get everything ready.

The new year brings a range of fresh plans including a new public accessible library, archive and research room, an extension of the gift shop, expansion of the T G Willey photographic display and the development of three new heritage cycle routes.

There are also a number of new events in the pipeline including a 1940s tea dance and blacksmithing courses, as well as the return of the Tractor and Engine Day and the Wonders of Wood weekend.

For more information, go to www.ryedalefolkmuseum.co.uk

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