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The heritage Fund have put together a list of heritage-inspired activities you can do from home – They will be updating the list, so keep checking back to find new things. Details : https://www


The Felling Local History Society meets on the last Thursday of each month September to April  (excluding December) in Pelaw Library, Joicey Street at
Description:  , DIG. BUILD. EXPLORE. LEARN. SEE. DISCOVER., Fantastic volunteering opportunities helping us to protect 500 years of heritage, history, heroes and habitats. Get stuck in to practical
Holocaust Memorial Day (HMD) takes place on 27th January each year, and is the day for everyone to remember the millions of people murdered in the Hol
Between 2016 and 2018, 22 Sheds CIC was funded to involve the community in the Townscape Heritage Initiative (THI) that was improving Coatsworth Road
The Elgin Women’s Group is an informal group within the local community which provides an opportunity for women to meet and take part in educational,
The Friends of the Shipley is an independent charitable trust, with a membership scheme dedicated to supporting the gallery.
Available for groups of 10 or more people. Tuesday - Friday (10am-4pm) subject to availability. Booking essential.  Join John Thompson - former Director of Tyne & Wear Archives & Museums - for a tour of the gallery and delve into the Shipley's history. See highlights of the art, craft and design collection.  Ideal for groups. Tour lasts approx. 45 minutes followed by refreshments and a chance to look at the latest exhibition.  Group costs: £5 per person (5-10 people) £4 per person (10+ people) Contact: Hannah.Mackay-Jackson@twmuseums.org.uk or call (0191) 477 1495. 

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