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Having a superb meeting with illustrator Stuart Dilks – taking our little character to a whole new level!
Had an interesting morning learning about how children and young people can experience culture in many different ways!
We are proud to be part of this project… we are providing the opportunity for people to identify their own local heroes and make a life size cut out… these cut outs will then come together in Newcastle City Centre in a city wide exhibition the first week in August 2018… could you be involved?
Please feel free to share and comment. We have 30 students from Leicester University on a field trip today finding out about Coalville and creating Coalville Opoly. If you can help by commenting on the question posed in the attached pics.. or come and play their game for real at 5pm today. Thanks to CEP for the venue and the ‘social eating’ and all the volunteers that have given up their time to help this morning.
We are supporting students with their 3rd year Geography degrees by hosting a field trip in Coalville!
Base will be set up at CEP Ltd on Market Street where lunch will be provided at CK’s which uses food destined for landfill or surplus to stored requirements… we are hoping it doesn’t snow!
You may see students around the town, asking questions and taking photos or videos… here is an explanation of what they are doing..
Students from the University of Leicester are visiting Coalville and surrounding areas as part of a third-year undergraduate module entitled Critical, symbolic and emotional rural geographies
The fieldtrip is structured around students undertaking a group research project on one of six projects ideas they have been given. These projects are on the following topics: i) farm diversification; ii) mining heritage and rural areas; iii) market town regeneration; iv) place identity; v) the National Forest; and vi) migration and ethnicity.
Students will be working in groups to research one of the projects listed above.
Towards the end of the fieldtrip the students will be creating some videos and a game based on which they have found out during the visit.
Professor Martin Phillips, School of Geography, Geology and Environment, University of Leicester, Leicester LE1 7RH (Email: firstname.lastname@example.org; Tel: 0116 2523886)
Just arrived… it’s a cold rainy day out there so glad the heaters are on!
Hero Project CIC are really proud to be part of this campaign! We are inviting people to come together to make life size Local Heroes for an exhibition in August 2018 – we are hoping to have at least 50 exhibits and you can contact us to sign up for one! We are also offering some free thinking sessions ( check Eventbrite to find out more)
Little girl here is currently stealing hearts with her gorgeous smile!
Lots of community members here too! If anyone wants to talk today I’m around until 3:45pm!
Call or text 07949243378
More updates to follow, these are a few photos as they are getting settled in – Deana Wildgoose will be speaking about the exhibition and how it engaged the community later today!
Tonight 44 of the Famous 50 are travelling up to Wakefield ready to showcase their amazingness at the Barbara Hepworth Gallery tomorrow as part of the National Coordinating Centre for Public Engagement’s fourth annual conference. The 6 remaining soldiers are on guard at base camp at Coalville Coop led by platoon leader George Underwood.
Thanks to Stewart Duckworth, Kristiana Groza and the Coop in Coalville for all their help.
And the River Chickens for the loan of the band wagon..