October 23rd, 2020
The Panacea Society’s healing ministry had a global reach. The Society received nearly 35,000 applications from Jamaica and other Caribbean islands.
October 16th, 2020
Octavia died 86 years ago today, at her home- number 12 Albany Road.
She had been feeling unwell but nothing that seemed out of the ordinary.
October 3rd, 2020
The Panacea Museum re-opened 24th October with additional COVID-19 measures in place to protect staff and visitors.
April 30th, 2020
An exploration of the origins of Joanna Southcott's Box, by Museum Officer Victoria Kahl.
April 21st, 2020
How would the Panaceans have coped with the Coronavirus if it had happened in their era? Imaginings by volunteer Adrian Bean.
April 8th, 2020
Volunteer Alison Smythe explores some of the roots of the Panacea Society, including the teachings of Joanna Southcott.
March 8th, 2020
On International Women’s Day we are championing women’s rights and celebrating women’s achievements and their history.
January 29th, 2020
A personal reflection on Dilys Barltrop by Museum volunteer Adrian Bean. Devotees of all things Panacean will probably have immensely kind feelings about Mabel’s daughter, who is buried in Bedford Cemetery close to her mother.
In the press
December 4th, 2019
Visit the Panacea Museum on 7 or 14 December for the chance to meet the one and only Santa Claus.
November 28th, 2019
Free Festive Events at the Panacea Museum- in aid of Bedford Foodbank
November 17th, 2019
Written by the BBC's Alex Pope: How did the prophecies of a Devonshire farmer's daughter inspire a 20th Century religious movement- whose last believer only died in 2012?
October 12th, 2019
They didn’t believe they would truly die but if they did, then come the Day of Revelation they would live again.
Written by Museum volunteer Adrian Bean.
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