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New Imagination Museum website launched

Dance company Made By Katie Green is pleased to announce the launch of ‘The Imagination Museum’ website, a platform showcasing new ways of moving in museums. The new ‘Imagination Museum’ website at www.imaginationmuseum.co.uk will: document the journey of Made By Katie Green’s performance work of the same name provide a new online hub for information […]

Artist Rachel Carter’s Spirit of Mayflower Project begins

Nottinghamshire artist Rachel Carter begins her ‘Language of Sculpture: A Spirit of Mayflower 400 Project’ this week – and has posted her plans: “This new project will aim to digitally capture and bring knotting it into the modern age whilst still retaining the touch of the hand. I’ll explore storytelling, visual art and history through […]

Pilgrim Heartlands Trail highlights stories about local Mayflower Pilgrims

A new Pilgrim Heartlands Trail has been produced jointly by Bassetlaw District Council and Doncaster Council. The leaflet, available from local Tourist Information Centres, libraries and churches along the trail, and downloadable from Bassetlaw and Doncaster Council’s websites, covers the local villages in North Nottinghamshire and South Yorkshire that are steeped in the history of […]

Pilgrim Monument & Provincetown Museum forms partnership with Bassetlaw District Council

Bassetlaw District Council has formed a partnership with the Pilgrim Monument and Provincetown Museum (PMPM) based in Massachusetts, USA, where the Mayflower first moored when it arrived in America in 1620. The partnership’s goal is to strengthen ties, both cultural and educational, between the two regions in conjunction with the 400th anniversary of the Mayflower’s […]

Over 400 Years in the Making: Heritage Lottery Fund helps tell the Pilgrim Roots Story

More than 400 years after the Pilgrim Leaders, William Bradford and William Brewster, escaped religious persecution in Bassetlaw and began their arduous journey to the New World, the origins of their story will be retold, thanks to a National Lottery grant, awarded through the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF). HLF East Midlands have approved the Pilgrim […]

Pilgrim Trails: ‘Our bid has been submitted!’

Welcome to our second newsletter for the Pilgrim Roots Heritage Project – to download a copy of the newsletter click here Our Bid has been submitted! On Friday 25th May the project team at Bassetlaw District Council hit the send button and electronically transferred the equivalent of four years hard work to the East Midlands […]

The Imagination Museum: new dance project for Mayflower 400 in Notts & Lincs

Multi award-winning choreographer Katie Green, originally from Lincolnshire, will bring her newest project The Imagination Museum: Mayflower 400 to Lincolnshire, Nottinghamshire, Hampshire and Plymouth in the lead up to the 2020 anniversary of the sailing of the Mayflower. The project will see 5,500 people get involved in innovative dance and heritage events within their local […]

Pilgrim Roots HLF project: have your say…

Bassetlaw’s long held ambition to commemorate its rich Pilgrim history is one step closer following National Lottery funding support. Have your say and find out more about Pilgrims’ heritage plans in Bassetlaw and West Lindsey in the public consultation that is now underway: complete our short survey online. Bassetlaw District Council received initial financial support of […]

Just one week to go until Boston’s Illuminate!

The final touches are being made to this year’s spectacular Illuminate parade in Boston, which is due to take place on the evening of Thursday 23 November in Boston Market Place! Boston’s Illuminate is a partnership event between Transported, the Arts Council funded programme to increase participation in the arts in Boston and South Holland, and […]

Scrooby Manor House is named in Top 10 Travel & Tourism places

Scrooby Manor House is named in Top 10 Travel & Tourism places announced in ‘A History of England in 100 Places’ campaign A campaign led by Historic England (formerly known as English Heritage) entitled Irreplaceable: A History of England in 100 Places and sponsored by Ecclesiastical, led to Scrooby Manor House being nominated by members of the public. Historian and […]
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