WW1 – Present Location Uncertain

The Vine Community Centre would like to thank Sian Bornes and  Djanogy  City Academy for allowing us to showcase our project, WW1- Present Location Uncertain

Here is what they had to say about our performance.

 

” I wanted to thank you again for bringing your company to perform to our Year 7 students today and the great workshop this afternoon. The piece of work was very inspiring and it was a pleasure to see our students literally on the edge of their seats with interest at the show. Those who were fortunate enough to participate in the workshop will have really benefitted from having this additional insight into the style and performance elements.

Best wishes for your future performances,

Sian Bornes

Director of Teaching and Learning

Djanogly City Academy, “

WW1 Launch

Stories from Hyson Green during World War One to be brought to life

By TomNorton  |  Posted: September 24, 2015

The Vine Centre and St Stephen’s Church launch their exciting new community project to preserve the WW1 roll of honour in St Stephen’s Church, research the names and families on the roll and create a display on Hyson Green

The memories of World War One soldiers, families and communities from Nottingham are to be brought back to life thanks to a new education project

 Hyson Green and the Great War will look at the stories behind the men who lived in the area and whose names are recorded on a Roll of Honour at Stephen’s Church in Bobbers Mill Road.

The Roll of Honour itself, which records the names of more than 400 local men who were on active service, will also undergo a restoration to ensure its preservation.

Almost £10,000 from the Heritage Lottery Fund has been donated towards the project, which is being organised by The Vine Community Centre, based at St Stephen’s Church.

Read more: http://www.nottinghampost.com/Stories-Hyson-Green-World-War-brought-life/story-27864091-detail/story.html#ixzz3nKbDor87