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The COVID-19 virus has forced us to close our Museum to visitors, who provide almost all our income.  On the 75th anniversary of VE-Day, 8th May 2020, we are therefore launching an appeal – Keep the Keep Going – asking all our supporters to help us to survive these losses.  

In this battle we urgently need your help.  Every penny that is donated to our appeal will help to ensure the survival of the museum and to preserve and protect our unique collection.


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£14,780.00 raised

£12,130.00 donated and £2,650.00 in GiftAid

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The Keep Military Museum from The Keep Military Museum

"Keep the Keep Going!"

The Keep Military Museum has been proudly telling the stories of the regiments of Devon and Dorset who have served the country for more than 300 years. The Museum now faces its biggest challenge yet, thanks to the COVID-19 virus, and we urgently need your help. 

As the museum is unable to open to visitors, we face financial jeopardy. Therefore, we are reaching out to our supporters for help. Every penny that is donated to this appeal will go towards ensuring the survival of the museum and to protect our collections.

If you set up a regular donation, you will receive a copy of our new book Keep in 50 Objects. Please ensure that you share your contact details with us to enable us to send you a copy.


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  • Fri, May 29 2020, 9:59 AM : RT @hthjones: #OTD in 1982, Lt Col H Jones VC was killed fighting for Goose Green during the Falklands Conflict. Today, like all days, I'…
  • Thu, May 28 2020, 9:00 AM : This painting depicts an attack on the Japanese positions around an old tennis court during the Battle of Kohima in… https://t.co/t8LYpbghZH
  • Wed, May 27 2020, 9:00 AM : This cigar box shows 40 watercolour vignettes depicting life in the Yeomanry - from cavalry charges, changes in uni… https://t.co/21c1jIh7QF
  • Wed, May 27 2020, 9:00 AM : The cigar box was presented in 1885 to the Officers Mess of the Queens Own Dorset Yeomanry by Major Montague Guest… https://t.co/R9yrdEmiQn