Wycombe Museum has worked in collaboration with the folks at the National Paralympic Heritage Trust (NPHT) to produce a 3D model of our Child’s Coronation Chair. The work was done as part of the NPHT’s Digital Explorations Project, a scheme that helps to...
How it all began G-Plan was developed in the 1950’s by E. Gomme Ltd., a long-established furniture company in High Wycombe. It’s arguably the most successful mass-produced furniture of the post-war period in this country. The company which became E. Gomme Ltd. was...
With us not having been able to welcome guests into the Museum for some time now, we’ve been putting a lot of work into new ways of bringing Wycombe Museum to you digitally. We’re really proud of our new easy-to-use website full of new content on local history and our...
Chair Arch, 1877 High Wycombe is known for chair making, especially Windsor chairs. This impressive chair arch was put up in the town, to welcome Queen Victoria on a visit in 1877. The people who lived here wanted to show off the local industry and their pride in it....
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