‘There is still much to do’ – Building repairs continue at Royston and District Museum

PUBLISHED: 09:02 15 November 2016 | UPDATED: 09:02 15 November 2016

Volunteers laying plastic sheeting to protect the floor at Royston's museum.

Volunteers laying plastic sheeting to protect the floor at Royston's museum.

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Royston and District Museum is currently closed for essential maintenance works.

The view from balcony of the area after it has been cleared for work to take place.The view from balcony of the area after it has been cleared for work to take place.

Volunteers and builders have been working hard to get the museum in Lower King Street open again.

Museum assistant Jenny Benton said: “The work so far has been successful, though there is still much to do!

New plaster on the wall, leaving it to dry before painting begins. New plaster on the wall, leaving it to dry before painting begins.

“We hope to be back open at the beginning of December.”

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