The Friends of Malton Museum are keen supporters of the museum, and many of the members are active volunteers.
Since we were formed in the 1970s, the Friends support the museum in a number of ways – in particular, they raise vital funds for special purchases or other specific purposes such as the staging of new exhibitions.
See #Membership for further details on how to join.
A Virtual Lecture
We have also been running a season of lectures and due to this year’s lock-down all our lecture programme was suspended.
In this time of restriction on all types of meetings one of our speakers has very kindly offered to do a virtual lecture for us – with an opportunity to ask questions too.
Thanks to Alan Hunton of the Woodland Trust we have an exciting first for Friends of Malton Museum.
What is this lecture about?
Ancient Trees in Yorkshire
When is this lecture?
On 21st October at 7.30
How do I access this lecture?
For all the details and how to access our lecture
Email us at [email protected]
Requests by Monday 19th October
We are also planning to make a recorded version available after this lecture
Friends of Malton Museum has been running an interesting series of evening lectures, held on the third Wednesday of the month from September to April; these usually take place in the library at Malton School on Middlecave Road.
Entry to these lectures is free for members; for non-members a fee of £4 is payable on the door.
We also have a Friends Annual General Meeting and social evening, usually held in May, and always provides a good opportunity to socialise.
New members are always welcome – Download an application form
Students/Senior citizens: £9
Family membership: Adults normal rate +£1 for every child under 16.
Life membership: £75