Witness account of the making of the Newbury Coat.
Trade and Industry
A bagatelle board made with wood, plywood and nails by workers at Elliotts of Newbury in the 1940s.
A bakers handcart from Whitehorn’s Bakery and Confectioners, which was used locally to deliver baked goods.
An oval iron plate with inscription ‘COTTRELL & Co, No. 311, THE “CLIMAX”, HAY, CORN AND STRAW ELEVATOR, EDDINGTON IRONWORKS HUNGERFORD BERKS’.
The 1991 Newbury Coat is a replica of the coat made in June 1811 at Greenham Mills.