CREATIVE INSPIRATION is the temporary exhibition upstairs at the museum, featuring ceramics and paintings. Many pieces have been sold so if you`re looking for a special gift come in and have a look.

PHOTOGRAPHER Dale Smith. Photo courtesy of the Smith Family.

Hedon Museum is proud to have the Dale Smith collection available for visitors to see. The Smith family kindly granted permission to Ray Duffill a local photographer and Holderness Gazette Correspondent to copy some of Dale`s photos.

Dale lived in Hedon all of his life and took thousands of photos of local people, events and places. He was also the Holderness Gazette Correspondent for many years. Volume one is entitled “Hedon Views” and volume two is “People of Hedon”. There is also a folder with details of all the photos and visitors are asked to add any comments or information if possible.

If you would like to see the collection please ask the volunteer on duty upstairs at the museum. Please do not eat or drink when viewing the photos and we ask that you do not remove or copy them.

New displays in Hedon Museum. Before the building of a main road from Hull to Hedon, travel was very dangerous and took a long time to achieve. This new board shows you how our ancestors would have travelled to Hedon and gives information through time, railways, buses and air.
How do you spell Hedon? Did you know that there have been several different spellings of Hedon?

We need your help.

Hedon Museum reopens on Saturday 22nd May and in September celebrates 25 years of being open to the public. It can only remain open with continued support from the public as it does not receive any funding, relying on donations, shop sales etc. You can become a member of Hedon Museum Society at a cost of £10 per year or £18 per couple and receive a regular newsletter plus 2 outings. Of course it can not open at all without volunteers. If you can give visitors a warm , friendly welcome and spare 3 hours a month, you are just what the Museum is looking for. You do not need a knowledge of Hedon as there will always be an experienced volunteer on duty with you .Due to the average age of volunteers and the effects that Covid has had on them, new volunteers are needed immediately including 3 new committee members, one of which would be treasurer. If you are interested please phone 01482 890908 and leave a message or 890603. Thank you.

Post Covid-19 Plans

Hedon Museum has been obeying government guidelines on social distancing but, now that the lockdown is easing, we are considering how we will proceed for the rest of the year. The Hedon Museum Committee will be meeting in July to discuss the possibility of reopening in September. More updates will be shared here and on Hedon Museum social media.





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The Pingsdorf Pot – 12th Century wine pitcher in perfect condition