Geordie Heroes Exhibition

 

cropped-picture1.pngThis is our invitation to the people of ‘Geordie land’ … could you create a Local Heroes Exhibition, celebrating all that makes being a Geordie special to you, your family and your community? We have done this in Coalville, North West Leicestershire and our testimonials page, our YouTube channel leads us to think it is something very impactful to those that help create it and those that visit it… don’t see us as experts, we are ‘sharers’ we will bring our story to you, share it and then with you help create a Geordie version.

We have visited in April, May and June and are coming up in July to share our THINK! sessions with the Princes Trust and to deliver the last few cutouts. Everyone should have theirs by then and all will be busy preparing for the exhibition.

Geordie Heroes Exhibition Details

The Globe Gallery  – Sunday August 26th to Sunday September 2nd – come and visit us at the Globe on Pilgrim Street and share some THINK!ng with us there too – bespoke sessions available as well as all 50 Geordie Heroes

The Central Library trail – explore the library during September to find as many of the Geordie Heroes as you can

Finale Event at St Marys Heritage Centre 6-7th October, Gateshead – a final weekend to see the Geordie Heroes and share some THINK!ng  before they are returned to their makers.

Still time to get involved – you can contact us direct to let us know you are interested.

Call Julia 07949243378 or email julia@theheroproject.org.uk, or Deana on 07974260453.

Some final specific sessions have been set up on Eventbrite if you want to book in for a free session – all sessions are held at the Geek Retreat in the Centre of town. If you cant make those times feel free to email or call to arrange an alternative.

What are we doing ? We provide life size cut outs, and support, to create a Geordie Hero of your choice – someone that has made a difference ! We also share THINK! Tools.

There are no costs involved for you taking part as this has been funded by the Home Office as part of their Building a Stronger Britain Together Pilot.

 

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