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A Quick Overview of Chertsey Museum
Chertsey Museum is the local authority museum for the Borough of Runnymede and is funded by Runnymede Borough Council with support from the Olive Matthews Collection Trust.
The museum is staffed by a full time Curator, full time Education Officer, part time Keeper of Costume and six part time Museum Assistants, and is supported by volunteers and The Friends of Chertsey Museum. Chertsey Museum first opened in 1965 in the Old Town Hall, Chertsey.