Writing our History:Digging our Past
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Celebrate Cycling/Raleigh Reminiscence Roadshow

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Poor Law Union Roadshow at Southwell Workhouse

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Bid Writing Surgery

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News and Events

Creating a new digital tour at Venta Icenorum

Associate Professor Will Bowden leads an exciting new project, drawing upon years of research at this archaeological site and combining it with new technologies.

Connected Communities Festival award for Philip Riden and Trent barge project

Philip Riden has been granted an AHRC-funded Connected Communities Festival award for an event organised with the Newark Heritage Barge CIO

Global cotton connections: East meets West in the Derbyshire Peak District

Dr Susanne Seymour (School of Geography and a Deputy Director of Institute for the Study of Slavery, University of Nottingham) heads up a team awarded an Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) grant through the Connected Communities Summit 2013 Follow-up Funding call.

Project to explore the social history of Nottingham's green 'lungs'

The social history of Nottingham's 'green lungs' is to be explored as part of a new research project being led by the University of Nottingham.

Writing Our History, Digging Our Past - Researching our Community Heritage

The Department of History has gained four awards under the AHRC's latest round of its "Connected Communities" scheme, which is designed to enhance collaboration between academics, local historians, archaeologists and community volunteers.

All Our Stories: Next Steps Workshop report

Fourteen East Midlands heritage groups, who have been awarded Heritage Lottery grants for All Our Stories projects, came together 14 November for a next steps workshop and poster presentation.

Southwell Community Archaeology Group: Challenge Fund report

Practical sessions to promote wider community engagement in the preservation of Southwell's archaeological heritage.

Poor Law Unions Roadshow: report

Representatives of groups from as far afield as Northumberland and Somerset, Wales and Norfolk, came together to share their experiences and suggest ideas for a collaborative project.

Raleigh Reminiscence Roadshow: report

Despite a wet and windy start the day was well attended and the Roadshow proved to be extremely popular.

Bid Writing Surgery: report

Notes from an event aimed at community groups interested in applying for the All Our Stories fund.
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