New Opportunities at the REME Museum

New Logo

It’s a New Year and we’ve hit the ground running. The final display installation will be taking place over the next couple of weeks, followed by the graphics and images, objects and object labels and the hundreds of other little things which we will be doing to get everything ready for our visitors.

Work on our café has also started and once open, visitors will be able to sit down and enjoy a meal and hot drink in what was the former Officers’ Mess bar.

In preparation for opening, we are recruiting new staff for the Museum. This includes a Front of House Supervisor and Assistant positions, a Museum Assistant position and an Archives Assistant position.

This is an exciting time to join the team and to be involved in how we will develop over the coming months once we are able to welcome visitors in again.

All information can be found on the Museum website:

We now have a target date set, and the staff are working hard to meet it. For the moment we are still keeping it under wraps but hope to be able to announce it soon via our website, blog and social media.

Over the next few weeks we will keep you up to date in how the Museum is coming along, including the Archives, Education and the Café.

Jennifer Allison – Curator



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REME Museum

The REME Museum was established in 1958 to preserve the heritage of the Corps of the Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers. The Museum is currently closed to the public as it relocates from Arborfield, Berkshire to Lyneham Wiltshire. This blog will follow the progress of the move from closing in Arborfield to reopening in Lyneham

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