The Radlett & District Museum will finally open its doors at the end of next month.
Volunteers are working flat out to prepare for the opening at the end of April.
Current tasks include fitting out the new bespoke building in the garden of the Radlett Village Institute, putting up signage and landscaping the surrounds of the building.
Chairman of the Trustees, Stuart Nagler, said: “It has been a long, hard road but we are now in sight of our goal of having a museum to showcase the many historical photographs, documents, pictures, maps, artefacts and other memorabilia relating to Radlett and surrounding areas”.
There will be two Open Days – on April 25 and 26 from 10.00 am until 1.00 pm.
They will be open to the public.
The intention is to open the museum on Wednesday and Saturday mornings, from 10.00am to 12.00 noon, thereafter.
Displays will be changed regularly so as to exhibit the many and varied aspects of Radlett’s history.
The Museum is located at the rear of the Radlett Village Institute, which is on the corner of Theobald Street and Watling Street.
Parking is available on site or in Newberries car park.
These plans are subject to any restrictions which might be imposed by the authorities as a result of the Coronavirus.
If any restrictions are imposed, notices will be placed on the Museum’s website (radlettmuseum.com) and on social media.