One of the items repacked by the volunteers on 11 December 2018 was a stone jar bearing the name J. W. Bright, Rushden.
During the repacking session on 29 November 2018 one of the items dealt with was a bottle of Rose Water with a label marked G. E. V. Fleeman, M.P.S., Church Street, Rushden.
Work starts on repacking and reorganising the storeroom at Rushden Museum with the help of volunteers.
Rushden Museum has received a grant from Nenescape Landscape Partnership Scheme to buy archival packaging which will enable us to improve our storage conditions.
The history of Albert Victor Wanklyn, watchmaker and jeweller, based in the High street of Rushden town.