The Cloverlands Story
The Cloverlands Model Car Collection is housed in the Montgomery Institute, a building given by Lord Davies of Llandinam. Cloverlands opened in 2015 and has 4000 exhibits. It is centred on the first collection amassed by a remarkable Powys lady over sixty years. She made many of the models. She drove a 1935 Singer Le Mans to the 24 hour race in the Sixties. She owned that car for forty years, a large replica of which is in the museum and is our logo. She built another flagship car of similar size called Cloette based on a 1920s Citroen Cloverleaf. Nine other collections – 2500
The Cloverlands Model Museum receives no external or government funding.
We rely on the generosity of our supporters to finance the work of the museum and helpful volunteers who provide the time and hard work to keep the museum alive including new collections and outreach projects.
Friends of the museum was founded to support the museum work and grow the collection. By becoming a Friend of the museum, you can help us preserve the collection for the benefit of future generations. The annual subscription Cost is just £10.00
Arthur Street, Montgomery, SY15 6RA
E : cloverlandsmuseum.wales
t: 01686 668004 m: 07891 696844
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The Museum is run entirely by our dedicated Volunteers and encourages anyone who feels they could contribute positively to the Museum activities.
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Just fifty yards from the Town Hall is The Institute which houses the Collection, a fascinating mix across the decades from early horseless carriages through to the present day. Our postcode SY15 6RA will, if you use Satnav bring you to us.
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