Monthly Archives: May 2013

Ryozo Tatami, the Mayor of Maizuru, which has been twinned with Portsmouth since 1998, visited the new Mary Rose Museum today as part of a visit to meet the city’s new Lord Mayor, Lynne Stagg.   Mayor Tatami was given a tour of the new museum by Paul Griffiths, the Mary Rose Museum’s Head of… Read more »

Following more than three years of construction to rehouse King Henry VIII’s flagship, the new Mary Rose Museum in Portsmouth Historic Dockyard will open its doors to the public on the 31 May, bringing with it a new and exciting chapter for Trademark Clothing in Petersfield. Trademark has previously been proud to supply the existing… Read more »

We’ve been in the news a lot this week, mainly because we’ve finally been able to turn off the Polyethylene Glycol sprays that have, for the last 19 years been constantly been treating the Mary Rose, re-enforcing the wood structure and allowing us to finally start drying her out.   The Telegraph – Historic milestone for… Read more »

The Mary Rose Museum is pleased to announce that the coffee in our cafe will be supplied by Paddy and Scott’s, a coffee roasting company based in Suffolk. All their coffee is roasted and blended here in the UK, and is sourced from Fairtrade growers around the world. Our cafe crew have spent this morning… Read more »