Tony Pudwell Exhibition, Arundel Museum
Tony Pudwell; One Man’s Legacy to Arundel
Tony was a passionate local historian, meticulous model maker and amateur archaeologist who kept detailed records of all the digs and field walks in which he took part. The exhibition depicts the life and work of Tony Pudwell who sadly died earlier this year and will showcase his models, drawings and excavated artefacts
The founding of Arundel Museum in the Undercroft of Town Hall in 1962 gave him a wonderful platform on which he could use all his talents and experience to great effect and without which the Museum would have been a great deal poorer. Many of the artefacts in the Museum were donated by Tony.
The exhibition will be opened by Tony’s son David Pudwell at 4pm on the 20th January 2018 and will be open to the public from the 21st January until the 25th of February and is free of charge.