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EVENTS

THE ALMONRY MUSEUM PROJECTION LAUNCH
Come and see the new projection on to the Almonry museum as well as get involved in FREE activities for all ages!
Drop in making workshops 2-5pm make a light!
Speeches 7.50pm Launch at 8pm

 

 

 

Evesham Library Exhibition

We held an exhibition at Evesham library over the month of November 2018. The content was the results of the community engagement work that has been happening in Evesham with young and old. From painting, to knitting, to collage and creative writing local people have...

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Animation workshops

Children's animation project. Tom Cross ran 2 x 1.5hr sessions in Evesham at Garage Arts, which was a  brief and a fun introduction to how to make an animation. The children drew what they loved about Evesham and were shown how you can make their drawings come alive....

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The Hut of Silence

Lots of people immersed themselves in the 'Hut of Silence' a contemporary sound and film installation based on the untold stories of WW1 and other wars at All Saints Church, Evesham from 18th October to 15th December 2018. The installation was designed by Creative...

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The Launch Events

On Saturday 15 December we launched the new permanent lights to the Bell Tower from 5.30pm to 7.30pm.  After some speeches from Chairman Tony Rowley and Reverend Andrew Spurr people saw all the colours that we can have on the Bell Tower now- green, red, blue, white,...

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Drop in arts and crafts workshops

We ran drop in arts and crafts workshops at The Battle of Evesham in the summer using ideas from the Evesham coat of Arms and those of the leading families involved in The Battle of Evesham. People made their own family coat of arms. We were also at The Valley and The...

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We are asking you to upload any good quality photos you have of Evesham and its history or photos of objects you have significant to Evesham’s past.

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