Christmas Raffle 2020

Minster Gatehouse Museum held a Christmas raffle, all proceeds going towards the upkeep of the museum and the building.

We had great support from local businesses, with some fantastic prizes available:

£20 Gift Voucher donated by Andre at Whelans Garden Ornaments in Bluetown. https://whelansgardenornaments.com/

A framed 6”x4” watercolour print of SS Richard Montgomery donated by Debbie Adams Arts and Crafts of Sheerness . https://www.facebook.com/debbieadamsartsandcrafts/

3 x individual bottles of Luc Belaire Rare Rosé Fantôme donated by Dave and the staff of The Rose Inn, Queenborough https://theroseinnqueenborough.co.uk/

A 16”x16” or 16”x24” canvas print donated by Zoë and Dan of Handy Prints in Queenborough. https://www.handyprints.co.uk/

1 of 2 Christmas chocolatey goodies bundles donated by Joanne at Rule & Rule Estate Agents www.ruleandrule.co.uk

A chocolate bouquet donated by Laa Laa’s treats for all occasions https://www.facebook.com/groups/200864853323737/

A Subaru branded soft shell jacket donated by IM Group/Subaru UK

A Christmas chocolate selection from Chocolates for Chocoholics with Kelly. https://m.facebook.com/Chocolates-For-Chocoholics-With-Kelly-1588258281258381/

A £20 voucher towards a beauty treatment, and a Body Shop bundle from Beauty Streets Beauty Therapy. https://www.facebook.com/pages/category/Health-Beauty/Beauty-Streets-1560346077518866/

1 of 3 bottles of Italian Prosecco, from Tony at Evergreen Building Services https://en-gb.facebook.com/evergreen.building.services.landrover/

A Marks & Spencer Classic Christmas Gift Box donated by Jim and Michelle Beever of Beever Enhancements Ltd.

A family ticket to visit Minster Gatehouse Museum in the 2021 season.

The raffle raised a massive £270, vital towards the progression of the museum, so thank you to all of you who took part and again, a massive thank you to those local businesses for their support with the amazing prizes.

Sheppey History Time Line

Now completed is the Sheppey History Time Line.

Time Line starts from Stone Age and finishes up until today.

In is situated on the walls of the 12 century  Year old stairwell and ends on the roof of the Gatehouse, where the views are breathe taking.

It was painted by local artistes Julie Bradberry  and her daughter Anna

It is well worth a visit.

Gatehouse is open on Saturdays this time of the year 2-4.30. For group visits please ring Lena 01795875111.