TWO of Petersfield's biggest attractions have reopened their doors following a three-month hibernation.

But it's clear that bosses at the Petersfield Museum and Flora Twort Gallery have been busy behind the scenes over the winter.

Curator Kathrin Pieren was in her element on Monday as she showcased their latest additions and exhibitions at a preview event.

The attractions re-opened to the public the following day and feature an impressive array of displays, artefacts and information.

Highlights of the coming months will include a series of centenary exhibitions to highlight the impact of the First World War on Petersfield.

Displays will also be dedicated to the history of the emergency services and local artist George Marston, who documented several trips to Antarctica.

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