NESTLED in the Monmouthshire village of Wolvesnewton, near Chepstow, was the Model Farm and Folk Museum. On display were items of every day rural life from the reign of Queen Victoria to the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II, including agricultural tools, paintings and a Victorian hot bath cabinet. The museum was owned by Rex and Margaret Morton, opening in 1972 and operated for 14 years.

Take a look back at our picture gallery - we hope the images bring back fond memories.

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