Heeley History Workshop is one of the first groups in the UK to receive a Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) All Our Stories grant, it was announced today. This exciting project, Social Life in Heeley and Thereabouts, led by Heeley History Workshop has been given £3200 to find out more about the way people used to spend their recreational time in Heeley.
On Monday 26th, there will be a short learning session held at the Cathedral. This is a great oppourtunity for those interested in the heritage of the building to find out about its developments in the past and the plans for the future.
To book onto the course which will run from 10am-12pm, please contact Grace Tebbutt on firstname.lastname@example.org
Entrance fee is £4
Follow this link to find out about a scheme to encourage young heritage volunteers organised by West Yorkshire Joint Services
A reminder that the Friends of Roman Aldborough are holding the first in a series of public talks this Friday, in the Aldborough Village Hall. The speaker is Pete Wilson, chair of the Roman Antiquities Section of the Yorkshire Archaeological Society and former Head of Research Policy(Roman Archaeology) for English Heritage.
See www.friendsofromanaldborough.co.uk for further details and location map.
We have just received details of an event next Monday at Sheffield’s Cathedral.