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Keep our clock ticking!

Our large turret clock is a much loved feature in the museum. Made by local clockmaker Frederick Skerrett it was once a key feature on the Municipal Hall.

Muncipal hall clock at brampton


The Muncipal Hall opened in 1890 and was local landmark with an impressive clock tower. The building was demolished in the 1960s.

municipal hall from queen s gardens c1910


The passing of time takes has taken its toll. It needs a regular service from a clock specialist and sometimes expensive new parts. Turret clocks are finely balanced and it needs this specialist attention to keep it going. It's next service is due and we are looking for donations to keep it ticking.

Muncipal hall clock at brampton being serviced


How can I support the project?

Every gift, large or small, contributes to our work and helps us to care for our heritage.

You can make a donation by completing our online form:   

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