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Maldon Embroidery

Celebrating a thousand years of Maldon history






Tuesday – Saturday, 11am -4pm.


We are closed Sundays and Mondays.


Admission free.




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Spring has sprung at The Maeldune Heritage Centre!



After our annual January ‘wash-and-brush-up’ we are now open again for business!  


Our latest Exhibition opens on Saturday 10th March and runs until Tuesday 27th March. ‘Fish and Photos’ is brought to us by Vicky Phillips and Den Phillips.  


This is a lovely exhibition, which looks terrific in our light and airy gallery space.  It’s a wonderful juxtaposition of Den’s stunning black and white photographs celebrating sail, sea and skies, and Vicky’s beautiful delicate prints on paper and board, using a centuries-old traditional Japanese technique.  Definitely not to be missed!



For our Easter Exhibition – we welcome back the very talented Natalie Huntsman for her exhibition of new works from 30th March to 17th April.  Natalie uses painted upcycled and found objects to great decorative effect.  Colourful and quirky, its graffiti art – but not as we usually know it!


Natalie’s exhibition was incredibly popular last year and we are looking forward to this Exhibition which will be with us for the whole Easter period. We will be open on Good Friday but closed on the Bank Holiday Monday.


While you are here, don’t forget to enjoy our wonderful Maldon Embroidery – which celebrates and portrays in vivid and colourful detail 1000 years of Maldon’s eventful life, starting from the famous Battle of Maldon in 991.  


Also - our Craft Gift Shop is full of lovely, fresh new craft items from our wonderful local craftspeople and our regular displays continue - from The Maldon Society and the Maldon and Burnham Museums.  


We are FREE to enter, and open Tuesday-Saturday, 11-4.  We look forward to seeing you soon and starting Spring in style!


Deborah Rhodes

The Maeldune Heritage Centre, St Peter’s Tower, Market Hill, Maldon CM9 4PZ


Celebrating Maldon’s Heritage and Showcasing local Art and Craft!