Our Museum is currently closed to the public to help prevent the spread of Covid-19.
As a charity, we rely on the generosity of the general public to keep the Museum going. It is free to enter the Museum so any donations, however small, are very welcome.
Since 2008, we have been organising an annual lecture as our main fundraiser. Both educational and entertaining, the lectures have been a huge success and have become a part of this county's social calendar. If you would like to come along to our annual lecture, please see details below. We also have a number of books available for purchase (please list below).
Please contact us if you would like to find out more about donations, gifting an item for display in the Museum, perhaps donating an unwanted item for us to sell or even making a legacy.
A number of books are available for purchase. Please contact us using the link on this website. All proceeds go towards the Museum.
The diary of Trooper Raymond Brown, Staffordshire Yeomanry (QORR)
By David German and Chris Coogan
(1794 - 1914) 15: Staffordshire Yeomanry by R J Smith and C Coogan
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A poignant and evocative collection of photos from three personal WW2 albums belonging to Major T H Gardner will soon be available to view on the website. Watch this space!