A fantastic set by DJ Simon, lovely music making by John, Dave and Georgia, and some great tunes by John, Metallica, Greg Lake and more, plus eats and drinks. Thanks to wonderful Norwich Arts Centre – Pasco, Bradley, Will, Jane and all.
Members of The Burgh Almanac group worked with photographer Jeremy Webb at the site to produce these beautiful images using a pin hole camera.
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Photo credit: English Heritage
Heritage Lottery Fund featured our Human Henge project on its website recently as part of the Stonehenge 100 celebrations
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Votes for Women – Suffragette on Trial
Norwich Castle Museum & Art Gallery
Saturday 22 September, 12 noon & Saturday 29 September 12 noon & 2pm
See the trial of Miriam Pratt, the Norfolk school teacher who set fire to two houses to protest for votes for women in the early 20th century. Performed by Springboard East Theatre Company in the historic Shirehall courtroom.
60 minutes, suitable for 12+ years, meet at Norwich Castle Rotunda.
Booking advisable 01603 495897 or 493625.
Free with museum admission.
Photos from Session 9 of our Burgh Castle Almanac project on 21st August 2018. For this session the group were joined by musician Dave Pullin who ran a sound recording session in the landscape.
Photos by Amanda Clair
Photos by Tod Sullivan
The “life-saving” 2018 ‘Reading Well for mental health’ titles by The Reading Agency and Society of Chief Librarians were announced today at a flagship event at the Wellcome Trust (5 June). Each title will offer invaluable support to people with mental health needs and their carers, who are at increased risk of loneliness according to recent research.
2018’s powerful book list, which will help people read well to stay well, is penned by bestselling and highly-regarded authors including Matt Haig (How to Stay Alive); Cathy Rentzenbrink (A Manual for Heartache); Sathnam Sanghera (The Boy with the Topknot); Ruby Wax (A Mindfulness Guide for the Frazzled) and many more. The expert-endorsed reads can be borrowed for free from any Norfolk library – if the book isn’t available, a free reservation will be placed to order the book in to the library.