Entrance to The Cater Museum is free to ensure it is accessible as possible. Our main source of income - rent from the two shops that form part of the property - is used for our day-to-day running costs. We receive no other income.

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Cater Museum

The Cater Museum is a small museum in Billericay, Essex located in the middle of the High Street at number 74 and dedicated to the history of the town and its community. The museum, a registered charity, lies within a Grade II listed, 18th Century, red-brick-fronted building. The museum stores numerous local artefacts over three floors including information on local families and buildings and was established by Alice May Cater, the Chair of the Billericay Branch of the CPRE (Council for Protection of Rural England) in honour of her late husband William Alexander Cater who was a local antiquarian

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