Hanging behind the reception counter at the Museum of Cambridge is the unmissable sign, R.MAYNARD ENGINEER WHITTLESFORD Who was he? Well, it was a Robert Maynard who in 1834 set up a foundry making agricultural implements on Whittlesford High Street.
What Does It Mean to Be a Trustee? Joining the Museum of Cambridge’s board of trustees means contributing to the running of a vital cultural and heritage venue that has preserved the history of our region for generations. In particular,
Tucked away safe in a box labelled ‘Folklore’ at the Museum of Cambridge is a wooden frame with a piece of brown paper in it. At first glance, you might look at this object and think it’s no more than