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British Lawnmower Museum: Rich and Famous Donations

Lawnmowers of the Rich and Famous PLEASE, PLEASE CAN YOU HELP?

The British Lawnmower Museum has created a unique turfrific exhibition called "Lawnmowers of the Rich & Famous"

The Museum displays 300 restored pristine machines part of over a thousand, dating from the original first grass cutting patent in 1799, at the time of the industrial revolution, to the first robot mower in 1995. Incidentally the robot cost £1,000,000 to develop.

Your donated lawnmower or garden tool in any condition would always be very welcome and restored and will stand alongside machines and garden implements from H.R.H. Prince Charles, Princess Diana, Nicholas Parsons, Alan Tichmarsh, Vanessa Feltz, Joe Pasquele, Jean Alaxender, Brian May,James May Roger McGough, Albert Pierrepoint, Paul O'Grady, Eric Morecambe, Richard and Judy Finnigan, Lee Mack, Richard Bacon and many more.

The Museum is funded totally by the general public and has not burdened the country with hand outs or grants. The museum is dedicated to the preservation of this small part of British Engineering Heritage and is a tribute to the Garden Machinery Industry over the last 200 years.

To donate an item to the Museum, arrange transport or collection and for further information please contact Brian Radam Museum Curator or Simon on +44 (0)1704 501336 or email

Yours Faithfully.

Simon Britstone

Senior Museum Researcher

British Lawnmower Museum
106-112 Shakespeare Street
Great Britain

Tel: +44 (0)1704 501336

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