For pupils at local primary and secondary schools to explore heritage themes through film, plus talks from specialist speakers and interpretive material to take away. Run every November as part of Into Film Festival. ‘We support teachers and educators to achieve a wide range of effective learning outcomes in their use of film. Our program includes… Read More Film screenings
Coming soon… Facilitated by artist and researcher, Lorenza Ippolito, with specialist guest speakers, these heritage-focused discussion events will link with specific exhibitions, starting in autumn 2019.
These will bed by experienced practitioners teaching heritage skills linked to the restoration of the building Two workshops will take place in early 2020 and support a younger generation of students/makers to learn techniques that are hundreds of years old: Stained Glass, led by David Lilly Stone Carving, led by Geoff Aldred We will… Read More Traditional craft skills workshops
These open days will be taking place in September 2019, 2020 and 2021. ‘This project will bring to light previously unexplored history about the exhibition space, a restoration of some of the churches key original features and an amazing learning resource in the form of a book detailing the story of the Holy Trinity… Read More Trinity Heritage Open Days
Groups will visit local archives, museums and historical buildings relevant to the research project, for new experiences and context to our discoveries. The first trip will be in August 2019. ‘Going to See Culture Together is a relaxed monthly outing to a cultural venue, led by Jonathan Quarterman. In August the group will visit… Read More Heritage Outings
Holy Trinity heritage tours Led by trained Fabrica volunteers, these tours are free and open to all ages, starting in September 2019. To see info on our new gallery information handout, click here.
Production of a Resource for the Gallery By Sally – Research Coordinator Our first task as a group was to produce a laminated resource for visitors to the gallery. When Fabrica is open to the public people are curious about the building and wish to know more. The resource will be colourfully produced with images.… Read More Production of a Resource for the Gallery
Written by John – PPF Research Volunteer Part two of our ongoing training at Jubilee Library took place on Monday 10th June. We gathered at the library in the Community Centre and were surrounded by Students of various ages who were working on Exam revision and Dissertations with papers strewn over every flat space that… Read More Training with Jubilee Library: Part Two
We recently had some fantastic training with the Library as part of the research project – If These Walls Could Talk. We had a tour of the Jubilee Library. Built in 2005, it won awards for the use of materials and sustainability, known as one of the most sustainable buildings in the UK. Using the… Read More Training with the Jubilee Library: Part One
The third aspect of our restoration project is the beautiful wood paneling which is hidden away in our Artist Resource space, situated next to the chancel. Sadly, the wall which the paneling is on had suffered from water damage, so the damaged panels needed to be removed and restored. The gold lettering which commemorates what… Read More Phase Three