Museum unveils new bench

PUBLISHED: 18:00 13 June 2012

Weston Museum Friends, with Liz Roberts of Somerset Wood Recycling unveiling a new bench, made from wood from the Marine Lake and Worlebury woods.

Weston Museum Friends, with Liz Roberts of Somerset Wood Recycling unveiling a new bench, made from wood from the Marine Lake and Worlebury woods.

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WESTON Museum has welcomed a new addition, made from parts of the town itself.

A bench made using timber from the old Marine Lake causeway has been unveiled at the Burlington Street attraction, after being funded by the friends of the museum.

Somerset Wood Recycling created the new bench, which will sit in the Weston Town Council-run museum’s upper gallery.

John Crockford- Hawley, chairman of the council’s museum working party, said: “The valuable help given by the friends and other volunteers is much appreciated.

“Quite frankly the museum would not be able to operate without them.”

If you are interested in volunteering at the facility, call into the museum between 10am-5pm Tuesday to Sunday.

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