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REME 75 Birthday Celebration

REME 75 – Celebrate 75 Years of REME at REME Museum

REME Museum is delighted to be hosting REME Corps 75th Birthday commemorations on October 1st.  There will be a wide range of exciting activities and family events to mark this special occasion.

This fun day will provide plenty of activities for visitors to the Museum and the REME Corps community. These will include a children’s obstacle course manned by uniformed REME personnel along with lots of other sports activities stands where our visitors can pit their skills against some REME Reserves. We will have historic vehicles on display alongside more modern recovery vehicles and there will be Corps engineering displays.  We also will have a REME band and other spectacular surprises, to be announced.

No birthday would be complete without a birthday cake, although our cake will be giant-sized and REME-themed. It will be cut by one of the founder members of REME Corps, accompanied by one of our youngest serving Craftsman.

For advanced event tickets, please follow this link.

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Special Events and Family Activities

The Museum hosts a number of events throughout the year including half term activities aimed at families with young children.

 

October Half Term

Join the REME Museum in their new home in Lyneham this October half term for lots of family fun.

 

The REME Museum Gnome Hunt

Tuesday 24th to Saturday 27th October

Gnome hunts run during normal Museum hours, 10 am to 4.30 pm each day

Click here for more information.

 

Kid’s Assault Course

Tuesday 24th and Thursday 26th October

Activities run from 11 am to 3.30 pm each day

Click here for more information.

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Temporary Exhibitions

The Museum hosts temporary exhibitions throughout the year exploring different subjects of the collection in more detail.

The current exhibition ‘Then and Now’, looks at a brief history of Lyneham, Arborfield and Bordon culminating with the relocation of REME into their new home.

This exhibition will run until 1st September 2017.

For more information on upcoming exhibitions please click here