Chesham museum has on sale a large variety of items including: bags, scarves, jugs, locally made brushes, teddy bears and toys, coasters, fridge magnets, note books, many more gift items, books and DVDs. All at extremely reasonable prices. See some of our products in the images above and then pop into the museum to see what else is available. We are also pleased to stock lots of locally created products:
- Alistair Blake – pottery
- Auberge du Chocolat – 90gm chocolate bars
- Chloe Bijou Creations – draught excluders, door stops, key rings
- Crystal Candles – vintage glass candles
- Little Stanley’s Homemade – jams, jellies, chutneys and marmalade
- PE Mead & Sons – Chiltern oils, dressing and mayonnaise
- R Russell Brushes – variety of brushes
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Publications for sale
Don't Shoot The Messenger!price: £10.00
To commemorate the 80th anniversary of Dad’s Army, Don’t Shoot The Messenger! is based on the private wartime scrapbooks, photographs and other memorabilia of Chesham Home Guard’s commander Col. A Melville.
Chesham Fire Brigadeprice: £3.50
Information and extracts from the Chesham Fire Brigade Minutes and Log Books from 1846 to 1971. Includes a brief history of the early volunteer brigades, summaries of some of the more important fires in Chesham’s history and lists of firemen before 1900.
Chesham Schooldaysprice: £3.50
Research and information on schooldays in Chesham by the Chesham Museum Research Group.
Chesham Bowling Club: 1912 – 2012price: £2.50
A history celebrating the 100 years of the Chesham Bowling Club.
Chesham at Work in the Twentieth Centuryprice: £12.95
A celebration of Chesham’s industrial heritage with a portrait of its workers and the various items manufactured by them.
The Life & Times of Thomas Hardingprice: £3.95
Thomas Harding was born around 1470 and became a farmer. His belief in the right to read the Bible in English led to an ongoing confrontation.
Midsomer Murders on Locationprice: £5.00
A survey of over 100 picturesque locations, including Chesham, with historical notes and filming anecdotes. One of the locations is none other than 15 Market Square, now the home of Chesham Museum. A must for Midsomer fans.
The Roman Chilternsprice: £6.00
Professor Branigan and Dr Niblet, archaeologists, describe the Roman occupation of this area; everyday life for the Romano-British, both in the city of Verulanium and in the Chiltern countryside
Images of 150 years of the Metropolitan Railwayprice: £12.99
A book for the 150th anniversary of the Metropolitan Railway with images and information on its history.
The Ten Cinemas of Cheshamprice: £3.95
This booklet describes how the evolution of the cinema in Chesham has reflected the changing nature of the films and how they have been exhibited over the past 120 years.
Entertaining Cheshamprice: £20.00
The story of amateur dramatics, musical theatre and choral singing in Chesham from 1872 to 1950. 618 pages packed with information and anecdotes, illustrated with black and white photographs of some of the casts, programmes and venues.
The Church by the Woodsprice: £7.50
The story of St George’s Church; its building and congregation, including newspaper reports, memoirs of villagers and veterans of its many organisations and groups.
Whitehill School, 1890 – 1990: The Story of a Landmarkprice: £1.00
This book was published in 1990 to celebrate Whitehill School’s centenary.
The History of Chesham Unitedprice: £16.95
A book on the history of the football club, Chesham United, by Peter Gibbons.
Chesham Through Timeprice: £14.99
A fascinating selection of photographs trace some of the many ways in which Chesham has changed and developed over the last century.
Walking with Buckinghamshire Suffragettesprice: £1.50
Six heritage trails tracing the women’s suffragette movement in and around the Chilterns.
Pubs & Inns of Chesham & Villagesprice: £12.95
A fascinating guide to the historic public houses of Chesham and district, including more than twenty establishments that are still serving today. Featuring over 100 alehouses, inns, taverns and beer shops in the town centre and the surrounding Buckinghamshire villages.
Chesham in Living Memoryprice: £9.95
The age of the motor car. Find out how the town developed from the 1940s through to the present day due to the demands of road building, modernisation of the shopping centre and the unstoppable age of progress. Heavily illustrated with photographs through the decades. An interesting focus on both architecture and motor vehicles.
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