Sweetheart Brooches While the Museum is closed to the public our Education Officer is putting together activities for children staying at home. This week, we are encouraging children to design their own sweetheart brooch. For the grownups, we thought it would be interesting to republish an article that former Corps Archivist, Colonel (Retired) Mike Sibbons, […]

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 Coronavirus Update Last updated 10.15, 23 March 2020. The REME Museum will be closed to the public from 16.00, Friday 20 March until further notice, in response to government guidance regarding the COVID-19 outbreak. We have taken this tough decision because we are concerned about the well being of visitors and staff. All upcoming events […]

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February Half Term is all go at the REME Museum. Challenge yourself on our Mini Assault Course with the help of REME soldiers. The troops will guide you around before seeing how fast you can complete the mission and presenting you with your official certificate. Open for ages 5 to 11 years old. If you […]

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The REME Museum is looking to commission a new, permanent, external sculpture to signpost and celebrate the Museum following its relocation to Lyneham. The sculpture needs to be bold, contemporary with an enduring visual impact that causes people to pause and think, whilst simultaneously conveying the fact that it is a ‘sign/landmark’ for the REME […]

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The REME Museum apologies unreservedly for the incorrect job advert that was posted yesterday. The job advert posted was done so in error and the Director takes full responsibility. The REME Museum complies with all national directives and does not discriminate on any age basis. The Museum also advertises jobs in accordance with national living […]

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Sign up to the REME Reunion, scheduled to take place 8 – 9 May 2020 at Eastwood Hall, Nottingham. Please note that this event has not been organised by the Museum. For more information or to book please call the number on the poster.

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As a Training Ground for War: How Sport Prepares Soldiers for the Battlefield Later this year the REME Museum will play host to a travelling exhibition on the Army’s proud sporting tradition. The Army has always played sport. Through peacetime and war, the British soldier has carried the boxing glove alongside the bayonet. Army sport […]

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Women of REME: Tracking down REME women in the Museum’s collections The first port of call in creating a successful museum exhibition is looking at what’s already in your collection. Though the REME Museum holds nearly 130,000 across our archive and object collections, preparations for the REME Museum’s new exhibition, Women of REME, uncovered some […]

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