New Alresford Town Trust held 18 open days last year – eight at the museum, six at the Eel House and four at the Norman Bridge.

There were 3,847 visitors who donated £1,968 plus gift aid. They came from at least ten countries plus all parts of Hampshire.

Trustee Roy Gentry organised the museum events, supported by Ann and Rich Pay. Trustees Penny McClelland and Vanessa Andrews, with volunteers including Rotarians, covered the Eel House, while trustee Robin Atkins and Caroline Perry looked after the Norman Bridge.

The trust’s next open days are on April 10. It is running a French market on April 9.