Culture & Heritage
Grants are available for local authorities, charities and community groups to celebrate, commemorate and/or educate about the history of the MV Empire Windrush and the contribution of the Windrush Generation to British economic, social and cultural life.
Windrush Day (22 June) was established to celebrate the large contribution of the Windrush Generation to Britain's cultural, social and economic.
Grants of between £2,500 and £25,000 are available.
Organisations are eligible if:
A grants scheme offering grants of up to £500 for arts activities is relaunching in Staffordshire Moorlands.
The aim of the grants scheme is to encourage more Moorlands residents to get involved in arts and cultural activities, increase the range of activities available to them, and enable participants to access training and workshops.
Why not become a volunteer at this amazing community garden?
We need volunteers....
to help keep this garden looking cared for. Could you and your family lend a hand occasionally? We really need your help!
What kind of work do the volunteers do?....
Community groups are being encouraged to plan and deliver projects within the Transforming the Trent Valley (TTTV) scheme area to benefit the natural, cultural and heritage of the area – and can apply for a grant to help them to do so.
Would you like to be involved in shaping the future of the former Moorgate Primary School?
Do you have memories you would like to share?
If so, then please come along to the former Moorgate Primary School at 6pm on Monday 22 July 2019. This is your opportunity to have a look round and then contribute to an informal discussion afterwards at the Globe, Lower Gungate.
Kingsbury-born Mr Roger Nutt, now of the U.S.A., will come to explain his intriguing theory that Tamworth, and not Wall, is the real Roman settlement of Letocetum. Given the recent discovery in Coton Lane, and previous Romano-British finds in the area, is it so far-fetched?
'Tamworth - the Rosetta Stone of England' will be in Tamworth Town Hall on Sunday 14th July at 2.00 p.m. and admission on the door is £4 (£2 for TDCS members).
A great chance to meet the gardeners and learn about the historic collection of herbs in this city centre garden, a hidden oasis of peace and calm, surrounded by medieval buildings just behind the Cathedral Close in Lichfield.
Composed of a number of linked but distinct areas: the Culinary Garden, Darwin’s Medicine Chest, the Dyer’s garden and the Scented Garden, each bed tells the story of various aspects of 18th century life, both domestic and medical, as experienced by this important Lichfield household.
For their next event, Pathway Patrons are proud to present the fabulous Lesley Smith who is kindly hosting a fundraising Cream Tea at the amazing Tutbury Castle, Castle St, Tutbury, Staffs, DE13 9JF on Sunday 23 June 2019 2pm-4pm. She is entertaining us with her unique portrayal of Nell Gwynne, a prolific celebrity figure of the Restoration period. Praised by Samuel Pepys for her comic performances as one of the first actresses on the English stage, she became best known for being a long-time mistress of King Charles II of England and Scotland.
Kaleidoscope is a female voice choir which aims to promote and foster a love of singing within the community and aid selected charities wherever possible.
They are currently preparing for their next concert, which is fundraising for Myeloma UK. The concert is taking place on Saturday 15th June 2019 at Elford Village Hall, stating at 7:30pm.
Full details and how to purchase tickets can be found on the attached poster, or by emailing email@example.com