The Winsham Web Museum was launched in 2002 as part of the Queen's Golden Jubilee celebrations. This Diamond Jubilee Edition  is a major update of a popular web site that has attracted thousands of visits from Winsham and many parts of the world.

The small rural parish of Winsham is located on the southern tip of Somerset, where it borders on Devon and Dorset and is home to about 750 people. It has its roots in Saxon times. The purpose of the web museum is to provide a digital archive of its history, record its present and to make this information easily accessible for the education and pleasure of all those who visit it, now and in the future.

To browse, scroll down, selecting the topic you wish to view by placing your mouse pointer over the picture,  and left click. To find a particular item, go to the Site Map below and  search.

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(This web site is designed to be viewed with a Broadband connection of 6mbs and a Monitor resolution of 1077 x 664 pixels-slower Broadband speeds will result in illustrations loading more slowly).
Winsham Web Museum cannot accept responsibility for the accuracy of information  provided by  contributors or opinions expressed by them. We are not responsible for the content  of external websites with whom the site may have links .

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The Winsham Web Museum is sponsored by Winsham Parish Council. All  contributions in time and expenditure are voluntary, or funded by 'Market Place' advertising feature on the Winsham Parish Web Site
This site is archived by The British Library.