Guided Walks - Cuckfield Museum Evening Strolls
Cuckfield is an attractive village with an interesting history. We are privileged to be able to share some of its delights by offering guided walks and/or talks, which may also include a visit to the museum – an ideal summer evening out.
Our scheduled walks have now finished for the year but please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to book one for your group.
School visits to the museum are, of course always welcomed but please do give us as much notice as possible so that we can be sure to accommodate you and meet your requirements.
We are also able to support children’s learning by visits to schools that incorporate specific objects, or include people with first hand experience of times past.
To arrange a visit, please contact us on email@example.com.
If you would like to visit the museum outside our normal opening hours, either as a group or individually, we will make every effort to accommodate you. Please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cuckfield Royal Observer Corps Post
In 1962 an underground bunker was built near Cuckfield churchyard as part of the Royal Observer Corps Post. It formed part of the Cold War early warning system and stayed in place until 1991 when the Post was closed. Mark Russell and Ed Combes have restored the bunker to how it would have looked at closure. They open it to the public on a few selected days in the year. The photo below shows Mark and Ed by the entrance to the bunker.
The forthcoming ROC Post 2017 open weekend dates are:
* Saturday, 15th July 11am - 5pm and Sunday, 16th July 10am - 2pm (part of the Festival of British Archaeology)
* Sunday, 6th August 10am - 1pm
For more information visit www.facebook.com/cuckfieldnuclearbunker