Tag Archives: EYCH2018

Discover Maghera’s Hidden Heritage

Join us on a journey to discover Maghera’s Hidden Heritage, a town full of significant sites from ancient times.   Your visit will include a stop at Maghera Walled Garden, a restored Victorian garden on the grounds of a medieval 4th Century royal dwelling, an ancient Monastery and St Lurach’s 10th Century church with one of the oldest sculptures of the…

Chester Heritage Festival

Nine days when the city will become a stage as walks, talks, films, exhibitions, workshops and activities for young people bring Chester and its heritage to life. There will be plenty to do and lots of fun to be had. The festival will embrace the Midsummer Watch Parades during the weekend of 23 -24 June and the start of the…

Mary’s Hand

Mary’s Hand is a new work of music theatre. Mary Tudor, first Queen of England, invites the audience to participate in her story through an interactive game of cards, much of which resonates with the present: religious conflict; female leadership; England’s relationship with Europe; the role of the monarchy itself.

Sustainable Management of Heritage Tourism Destinations

SHARE Project – Sustainainable Management of Heritage Tourism Destinations This public event, which is part of the EU-wide European Year of Cultural Heritage initiative, will explore some of the sustainability challenges faced by heritage tourism destinations in Europe. It will focus specifically on towns that are members of the SHARE project – a project co-funded by the European Union’s Interreg…

Burlingham Open Gardens

Visit over twenty gardens in Main Road and The Green (linked by the woodland path past St Andrew’s Church) including an opportunity to see ‘Repton’s Gate’ in the walled garden at Burlingham Hall. We have live music, teas, Norfolk ice cream and a BBQ. Also a dog agility display and a gaggle of Alpacas, perhaps vintage tractors too! Click here…

Aylsham Gardeners Market

The Aylsham farmers markets are held on the first Saturday of the month and are as popular as ever. This month’s market will have a gardening theme, in honour of Humphry Repton, and will be a treat for all gardeners and non-gardeners alike. Also, see the Repton exhibition in Aylsham Parish Church together with an opportunity to view a copy…

Cafe Art

Hunterian Museum and Art Gallery Curator, Anne Dulau Beveridge, hosts a new series of events around art at the Alliance Française de Glasgow. Held in French (some events bilingual French/English), Café Art discusses various art related topics in a relaxed atmosphere. Café Art ‘Backstage’ on the Willow Team Rooms, Sauchiehall Street with guest speaker Professor Pamela Robertson. Book your place…

Europe Day! Glasgow George Square

Europe Day celebrated throughout the continent remains an opportunity to bring various communities together, celebrating peace and community.  This year the European Commission Office in Scotland will be celebrating Europe Day in Glasgow George Square. The Cabinet Secretary for Culture, Tourism and External Affairs, Fiona Hyslop MSP, and the Lord Provost of Glasgow, Cllr Eva Bolander, are due to open the…

Wheelbarrows of Old Catton

Walk around the historic village of Old Catton, locating decorated wheelbarrows created by the community and placed at key points that would have been familiar during Repton’s time. Organised by Broadland District Council and Old Catton Horticultural Society. Click Here 

The Hilali Network presents: Safeguarding Cultural Heritage through Re-Design in Education

The Hilali Network is a collaboration between project partners working hard and hand-in-hand on social impact projects.  This hands-on workshop is aimed at empowering the next generation living curricula for those working across Europe and globally in Cultural Heritage education. A living curriculum can support cross-cultural understandings of cultural heritage in Europe and the celebration of cultural differences. To do this,…