This room is part of the 16th century addition to Moyse's Hall. It stands
above 'the Passage' on the ground floor. It was incorporated into the
museum in 1972 and named after the then curator. It accommodates
2½ bays and looks as though it originally extended further to the rear. It has
a good quality 16th century timber roof, of a type more often found in
churches than in houses. There were no tie-beams originally, but three re-used
beams were later inserted.