I will doing 1940's makeover at the amazing Norfolk Living History Fayre at Mannington Hall, Norfolk, why not pop along :)
Here's the flyer:
I will be at this event to help gather your memories and add them to the Cambridge Community Archives :)
Wednesday 12 October at the Cambridge Arts Picture House:
1.00 - 2.30
Remembering Our Past Through Home Movies & Archive Film
To mark the Melvyn Bragg BBC Two Reel History season in September on British life in the Twentieth Century, and International Home Movie day, join us for a screening of a family film celebrating the 1977 Queen’s Silver Jubilee in Shepreth, a personal film record of Cambridge University life and home movies showing East Anglians having fun in their leisure time.
Add your own memories, inspired by the films, to the Cambridgeshire Community Archives Network, who will be attending www.ccan.co.uk
A CFC event presented in association with the BBC, British Film Institute, Norwich HEART Digital Heritage Project, The East Anglian Film Archive, The Arts Picturehouse, Cambridge Super Group and Cambridge City Council. Home Movie Day at Cambridge Central Library on Sat 15 Oct www.homemovieday.com
Tickets: £4.60; Senior Citizens: £3.60 (includes tea/coffee with each ticket).
A Cambridgeshire Film Consortium event presented in association with the British Film Institute, The East Anglian Film Archive, The Arts Picturehouse and Cambridge City Council.
visit the website for more info: Cambridgeshire Film Consortium
This is a great event! Book yourselves in and come along and meet me at my stand and enjoy the wide range on workshops and motivation provided by this 'must attend' event!
Following on from the success of Cambridge's first ever Business Mums Conference in February 2011, we are delighted to run it again on 11th February 2012.
Aimed at mums already in business with a venue purposely chosen to be more approachable to mums looking to set up in business, this Conference will have a lot more fun and interaction injected into the content.
Check out the website for more details:
Cambridge Mum's Business Conference
Landscape Archaeologist, Local Historian & Mobile Makeup Artist