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Helen Marshall of The People’s...

Helen Marshall of The People’s...

Published: 20 March 2020

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Story of Schools

As part of this project digital artist Helen Marshall of The People’s Picture will be creating a photo mosaic made up of 1,000+ photos of Upper Dales schools/youth from the dawn of photography to the present day.  These images...

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Information sheets out now!

Information sheets out now!

Published: 20 March 2020

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Story of Schools

Over the coming weeks and months we will be interviewing people who went to school in the Upper Dales from the 1930s/40s onwards and recording their memories.  We will also be mapping and making discoveries about schools - past and present -...

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O Bell, Where Art Thou?

O Bell, Where Art Thou?

Published: 20 March 2020

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Story of Schools

The NASH was founded in 1845 and built as a Victorian ‘National School’, but its bell tower has been mysteriously empty for at least a century.  Local records tell us that The NASH bell originally came from nearby Gayle...

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*JOB* Education & Outreach...

*JOB* Education & Outreach...

Published: 02 December 2019

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The NASH is recruiting an Education and Outreach Officer who will engage primary-school children and adults in their local heritage through an exciting new project: The Story of Schools.
 

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New Heritage Project to...

New Heritage Project to...

Published: 24 October 2019

Emily

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The NASH and Dales Countryside Museum are delighted to confirm a new heritage project: The Story of Schools in the Upper Dales.   Supported by the National Lottery Heritage Fund and the Yorkshire Dales National Park’s Sustainable...

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