Free day to celebrate museum’s success
The Museum of British Surfing has been filming with national television programmes this week and is offering a free day for locals to celebrate its success.
The Museum of British Surfing will be holding a free day for local people on Monday in conjunction with the Gazette.
Anyone from the EX33, EX34, EX31 and EX32 postcode areas will be able to enter the museum for free from 11am-6pm.
The museum has enjoyed more than 1,300 visitors since its opening on Good Friday and will also be making several television appearances later this year.
On Friday, the Antique’s Roads Trip team filmed the museum with presenter Charles Hanson, which will be shown in the late Autumn on BBC2.
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BBC’s The One Show will also be visiting the museum in July with Dan Snow.
For more information on the local’s go free day, and to get your free entry code, see the Surf Scene on page 79 of this week’s Gazette (May 2).
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