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The Government has advised that Museums, Theatres etc. should close until further notice due to the Coronavirus outbreak. We hope to be able to post updates and possibly some photographs (and maybe a virtual tour video) from our new exhibition to keep you interested. Please keep checking here for further information.


Saltash Heritage had a lovely surprise at the beginning of October with a visit from local MP Sheryll Murray and her husband Bob, accompanied by local County Councillor Sheila Lennox-Boyd. Sheryll kindly donated a framed picture and history of John Rathbone MP who was member of parliament for our constituency from 1935 to 1940. Having joined the RAF, he sadly lost his life in December 1940 whilst flying on a mission attacking the docks at Antwerp. This will be displayed in next years exhibition commemorating hostilities in the UK at the end of World War 2.

Sheila also presented the museum with a crystal plaque commemorating the Tamar Bridge project in 2001, which will be on display in our 2021 exhibition.

Pictured L to R: Cllr Sheila Lennox-Boyd, Sheryll Murray MP, Saltash Heritage volunteer stewards Steve & Marilyn Tait, Saltash Heritage secretary Lizzy Sharpe-Asprey

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