Like hundreds of independent museums throughout Britain, Narberth Museum receives no funding from central or local government. with no regular funding, we rely on our supporters to continue the important work we do. As a charity, we have to raise the money ourselves to pay for the work we do.
The range and scope of work is continually expanding. We collect, display and care for the items that tell the story of narberth’s history. We are contantly looking for ways to make that history more accessible to all through exhibitions, events and workshops.
From preserving heritage to hosting wellbeing cafes; facilitating craft workshops to talks, exhibitions and educational opportunities, Narberth Museum is central to the community it serves.
Regular or ‘one-off’ donations typically allow us to purchase items that benefit the collection or running of the museum. Examples may include artifacts of special significance to the heritage of the town or technology to gather and document information. They also allow us to develop our activities and contribute to running costs.
Any gift, large or small, will make a huge difference to our work.