Plymouth Arts & Heritage News
The Plymouth History Centre project has been given a £250,000 boost thanks to a funding grant from the Garfield Weston Foundation - one of the largest and most respected charitable institutions in the UK.
The team behind the History Centre has appointed polar explorer Antony Jinman as the project’s first-ever ‘Explorer in Residence’. The Plymouth-born adventurer is one of only a handful of people to have skied to the North Pole and solo to the South Pole.
The impact of the Plymouth History Centre has been recognised by the Coastal Communities Fund, with confirmation of an amazing £2million’ worth of funding towards the project.
Over 100 items of Plymouth Porcelain from the collections of Plymouth City Museum and Art Gallery are on display in a new exhibition at the Cookworthy Museum, Kingsbridge.
Plymouth City Museum and Art Gallery opens a new exhibition at the Council House this Saturday (25 March) which looks at all aspects of 1950s design.
Did you once scoot up and down Royal Parade on your Vespa or shimmy on down at The Quay Club? If so, an evening dedicated to the 1960s this May could be just your thing!
A special project which has brought many women together has been launched on International Women’s Day (8 March 2017).