Porty for Pottery, Paper and Pleasure?
As part of my research for my Porty Art Walk project, I have been investigating the town’s industrial heritage. 792 more words
As part of a long term strategy to review current research into industrial archaeology I’m running a TAG session in December on this very theme. Working with the Association for Industrial Archaeology in 2017 I helped run a seminar at their annual conference on developer-funded industrial archaeology work. 382 more words
The Directors of the Grand Canal Company hereby give notice that they will SELL, to such parties as may require them, NINE SWIFT PASSAGE BOATS, and TWO HEAVY NIGHT PASSAGE BOATS, several of which are in perfect repair, and of the following dimensions, viz:— 56 more words
ABTEM members are encouraged to have a look at the AIM Biffa Award History Makers grant programme.
Eligible organisations can apply for grants of up to £90,000 to create an exhibition telling the story of their chosen History Maker – someone who helped shape the world we live in today. 208 more words
David Mennear – Land of Iron Administration Assistant
A Brief Historic Note
The second and final part of this anonymous but momentous poem, transcribed by the local historian Malcolm Bisby, describes the inherent industrial appeal of ironstone production in the North York Moors and the bustling economy that it brought. 1,109 more words