About christine rich archiveThe Prefab Museum would not still exist without the encouragement and support of prefab enthusiasts willing to give up their time and sometimes their money. Our supporters are many and various; they live or lived in prefabs, are interested in prefab history and architecture, students who are researching and writing about prefabs and communities for their dissertations, and the curious!

For our Heritage Lottery Fund project The Moving Prefab Museum and Archive we offer training in oral history and aspects of archiving, archive workshops and much more! If you would like to help us in any way, including volunteering at our events, please let us know. Our next archive workshop is on 18th January 2017.

There are different ways to contribute and we would love to hear your stories and see your photos, and find out where prefabs still exist or were located. Please let us know via Facebook, or email prefabmuseum@gmail.com

If you are a local history or special interest group we can deliver an illustrated talk about the history and development of prefabs for you. This is not part of our Heritage Lottery Fund project and we ask you to contribute towards our travel costs. Please contact us at prefabmuseum@gmail.com


prefabtoteSouvenirs of the Prefab Museum help to support activities which are not funded by Heritage Lottery Fund.

You can buy Elisabeth Blanchet’s book Prefab Homes on this link.

A limited quantity of Prefab Museum tea towels are still available through Elisabeth’s Etsy shop.

If you would like a prefab tote bag with the Prefab Museum logo, designed by Keara Stewart, the cost is £2.50 plus postage and packing (UK only). You can pay via PayPal below and we also accept bank transfers, for details please email us at prefabmuseum@gmail.com

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