This year’s F1H2O London has the word HERITAGE written on the programme and poster in capital letters. There are many different stories (one going back all the way to 1872…) which link this event with Royal Docks’s history, writes Colin Grainger. And to mark the event, Heritage Newham – People, Places, Progress is going live thanks to … More Reporting from the F1H20 London – Heritage Newham goes live
Heritage Newham – People, Places, Progress is pleased to announce that the third Newham Heritage Week will take place between November 8 and 18. More details to come, but we can already reveal that a number of exciting events are being planned to cater for all ages and communities in and around the borough.
The next full open meeting of the Heritage Newham – People, Places, Progress will be held on Thursday April 26 at the Terence Brown Arc In The Park , off Hermit Road, Canning Town, from 5pm. On the agenda is a general progress report on the group’s work, plans for Heritage Week later this year and a social media … More Heritage Newham group – latest meeting
The Heritage Newham group launched over two years ago and has brought together many individuals and organisations who have a passion for history and heritage. There is a massive amount of goodwill in and around our borough to celebrate our past and keep history alive for all generations, writes Colin Grainger. Originally called the Museum … More Vision for the future of heritage in Newham
The passion for memories of life in Newham can be easily summed up by the number of Facebook Groups covering history and heritage in the borough locally. There are 22 we know of, and this is by no means a complete list, writes Colin Grainger. There are also many others devoted to individual schools, workplaces, … More Come and join in the fun! Heritage Facebook groups covering Newham
The Heritage Newham group (People, Places and Progress) is proud to launch its own website today. We already enjoy brilliant engagement with our Facebook Page, which has been running since we launched our group two years ago, writes Colin Grainger. We began life thanks to our founder Kevin Jenkins who quickly gathered together individuals and … More Heritage Newham group launches new website