Historic Winchester landmark reopens to public

2 February 2010

Press Highlights

THE Westgate museum in Winchester has reopened to visitors following several months of repair work on its roof.

The historic building has been swathed in scaffolding over the winter while the old lead roof, which dates back to 1898, was replaced.

Improvements have also been made to the decking to allow visitors easier access to the fine views over Winchester.

Read the full article on the Hampshire Chronicle website.


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