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Cogges Museum looks to have been saved

Cogges Museum looks to have been saved The future of Cogges Manor Farm Museum in Witney looks to be safe after councillors promised to inject cash to plug the £93,000 funding gap.

The Museum opens for its 2006 season on 4th April and is open every day until the end of October (except Mondays)

Posted : 26/01/2006 11:17:25

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