Soham Heritage and Tourism

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logopic onlySoham Heritage and Tourism have two permanent ‘cabinets’, which supply a multitude of original items, photographs, artefacts and information on all things related to Soham and commemorations or connected events of national interest. Our displays have ranged from the beginning of the Fens to local artists works. Our two cabinets are based in, Soham Library and Soham’s Walter Gidney Pavilion. They are ‘changed’ approximately every two months and are widely viewed and appreciated.

Along side our cabinets, we also hold exhibitions on various subjects, which we follow in more depth. The next is all about St Felix, his life and connection to Soham, along side information and items relating to the area during Anglo Saxon times. This will be held in Soham Library on Saturday 25th April, 10am to 12noon. Entry is free and refreshments are available. There will also be a chance for younger attendees to enjoy themselves with related activities. For detailed information on this and any other interest in our work or events visit: www.sohamhtg.co.uk or our face book page.

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Soham Heritage and Tourism – History and Community Combined

Information supplied from Liz Johnstone, Chairperson of Soham Town Forum