A chance to glance through town’s past

PUBLISHED: 14:01 25 October 2007 | UPDATED: 12:57 04 May 2010

Morris Minor Owner’s Club members Eric Theobald from Stow cum Quy and David Palmer from Littleport enjoy a spot of afternoon tea.

Morris Minor Owner’s Club members Eric Theobald from Stow cum Quy and David Palmer from Littleport enjoy a spot of afternoon tea.

THE Soham Museum Project Open Day saw hundreds of people flocking to the Lodeside Centre to enjoy a historical glance at the town s past. Stalls included Soham Roots, run by Julie and Tim Webb. The husband and wife team has produced a detailed website de

Brenda Doe who helped raise £500 for by going on a sponsored cycle round Soham. Photos: HELEN DRAKE.

THE Soham Museum Project Open Day saw hundreds of people flocking to the Lodeside Centre to enjoy a historical glance at the town's past.

Stalls included Soham Roots, run by Julie and Tim Webb. The husband and wife team has produced a detailed website dedicated to all aspects of Soham's history.

Museum project director, Donna Martin said: "The open day is a great way for people of all ages to connect with their town."

The next museum project event is a Quiz Night at Berrycroft on November 13.

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