Would you like to come to a free, fun and engaging workshop as part of the Heritage Lottery Funded All Our Stories scheme, in support of BBC2’s ‘The Great British Story – A People’s History’
Explore the significance of your ancestry using storytelling, music, art and poetry.
Draw on the influences of the first refugees to come to England in the 16th Century – the Huguenot people.
Willerby Methodist Church Hall – East Riding of Yorkshire, UK
Sunday March 3rd 2013 2.00 pm – 4.00 pm
U3A – St Barnabas’ Church Hall Swanland, East Riding of Yorkshire UK
Sunday March 10th 2013 2.00 pm – 4.00 pm
All welcome. Light refreshments will be provided.
Places are limited so please email email@example.com to book your place as soon as possible.
Work produced at these workshops, and Wolfreton School and illustration workshops will be displayed at a local event on May 4th 2013 which will celebrate the stories uncovered and work created for the ‘My Ancestors were French’ project.
Elements of the workshop will be filmed and will contribute to a digital archive of the Heritage Lottery Fund’s All Our Stories project, in support of the BBC’s The Great British Story – A People’s History.
My Ancestors were French… a tale inspired by the lovely little alpine flower, the Primula auricula and the story of how it came to be grown and displayed on Auricula Theatres here in England.
2 thoughts on “Would you like to come to a workshop?”
Rockett, that’a great name!
My ancestors (Rockett) were thought to come from La Rochelle either with William the Conqueror or the Huguenots