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Wow 100 Homes Project working with Artist Amanda Bluglass alongside other recordings to be played at Elizabethan Gardens creating an light installation 28th Nov -1st December as part of Iluminate Festival exploring the history of women in Plymouth and their lives AND THIS BE 100 Homes Last event so please come along.
On July 27th We had a wonderful afternoon with a walk and talk on tea rooms and trade of Union Street led by Richard Fisher and Alan Barclay of Walks with History followed by cream tea at Union Conner on Union Street a rather much needed Fun day out
100 Homes Project Exhibition
14th May to 2nd June 2019
Ocean Studios Cafe/Gallery Space
The Factory Cooperage, Royal William Yard, Plymouth PL1 3RP
This exhibition showcased stories from the 100 Homes archive of growing social history that has been collected over the past two years. The exhibition featured a film, created by MA student Verity Treloar and some unseen pictures of Stonehouse from the Fisher Collection. This was a unique opportunity to discover the memories and insights of local residents alongside unpublished images of Stonehouse. Supported by Stonehouse Timebank, Ocean Studios, Heritage Lottery Fund and Fotonow CIC. There will was a free history walk of Royal William Yard that took place 16th May with Richard Fisher followed by talks and Private View. Over 2000 people came along to the show.
Plymouth History Festival 2019
Plymouth History Festival
100 Homes Presents Empowering Hidden Voices Exhibition
6th May 2019 to 11th May 2019
RAAY - Royal Adelaide Art and Yoga
9 Adelaide Street, Stonehouse, Plymouth, PL13JE
A retrospective look back at the 100 Project which, over the last three years has collected and explored the heritage of the Stonehouse area. Voted the national Community Heritage Group of the year in 2018, by the Community Archives and Heritage Group, the project has grown beyond all expectations. The event included a private view on 6th May and a closing event on 11th May featuring stories from the project. This spirit of collaboration has led to a partnership between 100 Homes volunteers, Walks with History, Artist Alan Norman, Plymouth LGBT Archive, Adelaide Street Artists, Imperfect Cinema, Plymouth Octopus Project’s Heritage Network, the Stonehouse Memories group and the planned Stonehouse Museum.
Which in turn has led to the formation of a new heritage alliance called Empowering Hidden Voices. This exhibition hosted the launch of this alliance and highlighted the works created already by these exciting groups while providing insights into the future developments for uncovering hidden voices in Plymouth. Over 350 people came and saw the Exhibition.
Walks with walks with history
Once a month we hold walks for over year and half now and have featured themes like William Yard/ Union Street/ Imperfect cinema / Synagogue Walk / Spooky Special /The Boundary Walk of Stonehouse/StoneHouse History Plaque Sculpture/West Hoe Walk/The Peoples Park Walk/Night Walk and many more.......
Talks/ Workshops / Exhibitions/ Radio and Interviews
100 homes wins two national awards
Pete, Donna Simon & Mary from 100 Homes Project went to collect the awards in 2018 a wonderful surprise that 100 Homes received not one but two awards for our work in Stonehouse. We had a wonderful day at Birmingham University with the Community Archive Heritage Group. 100 Homes walked away with:Best Community Engagement Award and Overall Winner for the Heritage Best Group at that year's 12th Annual Conference on 10 July 2018.
The Archives and Records Association (UK & Ireland) Community Archives & Heritage Group Co-hosted the Awards and Conference with Birmingham City University, Centre for Media & Cultural Research event was called "Conflict, Protest & Reconciliation", with the theme built around conflict, protest and reconciliation.