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Retford Hub   

11 Churchgate   


DN22 6PA   

01777 860414   Related image   



The Mayflower Pilgrim Visitor Centre and Museum opened in May 2017 in Retford. It is the first Museum dedicated to the Pilgrim Fathers who originated in North Nottinghamshire.



The Centre was opened by John Handley, Chair of Nottinghamshire County Council.






John Mann, M.P., was in attendance, together with Madeline Richardson, Mayor of Bassetlaw and many other Councillors, local dignitaries and project supporters.


The Centre was built by a team of local volunteers, organised by the Retford Hub. We are grateful to Richard Copely Bains  who provided invaluable support and information and also Adrian Gray, Sue Allan, Rick Brand and Anna Scott.


The Centre is staffed entirely by volunteers with the aim of telling the story and improving the prosperity of Retford and the surrounding areas.






Retford Hub,    11 Churchgate,    Retford.    DN22 6PA     01777 860414   


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Mayflower Pilgrims and Pilgrim Fathers Museum

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