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The new Heath Robinson Museum is now open in Pinner Memorial Park, NW London. It not only displays a fascinating collection of Heath Robinson's work, with a special exhibition on 'Rejuvenated Junk', but also provides a great activity area for families and schools. Heath Robinson's drawings are fun, quirky and different and there is very little of his work on display anywhere else. The Museum allows us all to enjoy one of Britain's most renowned illustrators and cartoonists. Please come and see it! More details are on heathrobinsonmuseum.org
 

Please give generously. The Heritage Lottery Fund awarded us £1.3 million, but we still need to raise the last £50,000 to sustain the Museum for the first three years. The more you give, the more services we can provide to the community.

£25 will buy a 'brick' for the Museum. Why not collect £25 as a class, group or club?

£250 makes you a Bronze Donor. We will invite you to events and give you a book by Heath Robinson expert Geoffrey Beare.

For £1000 you can be a Silver Donor. Your name will be displayed in the Museum and you will receive Life Membership of the Friends.

For £10,000 you can be a Gold Donor. In addition to the above, we will give you Museum entry for two, invitations to VIP events and public recognition.

Please tick the box saying that you are happy to be contacted, so that we can thank you and keep you in touch with the museum's progress. And please tell your friends!

Charity No: 1086567

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http://heathrobinsonmuseum.org
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