There were at least 11 different schools of varying sizes on the island.
Royal British Legion
Both the British Legion and the its Mersea Branch were 90 years old in 2011.
Dabchicks Sailing Club
Founded in 1911 and still going strong. From Winkle Brigs to Optimists, the display showed some of the people andboats over 100 years.
Finds from digs
A display of objects found by the Higher Education Field Academyduring their visits to Mersea to dig test pits.
West Mersea One Design dinghy from 1930 with shipwright tools.The dinghy is the KALI, later renamed BUZZING BEE. She was bought by John Leather about 45 years ago and is still owned by the Leather Family.
Old Mersea shops and businesses
Digby's Ironmongers. Clifford White - builders merchants, brickmakers,insurance agents, undertakers. Samuel Cant White.
Oyster cultivation is still a major business on Mersea Island.
Wildlife of Mersea's Marshes and Mudflats.
Audio Visual slideshow
Slideshows running - "Mersea Past at Rest and Play" by Brian Jay and "The Blackwater" by Ron Green.
In addition, there were the regular features such as the Fisherman's Cottage, new accessions, children's world, natural history and so on...