Monthly Archives: May 2011

Rural life through the lens

Stumbled across the Worsley Collection of film documenting life in the village of Hovingham in the 1930s. ¬†Search for ‘Personalities in Hovingham Village (1930s) at the Yorkshire Film Archive. ¬†18 minutes and 54 seconds of insight – moving images can … Continue reading

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28th May 2011 – less comfortable heritage

33 former PoW huts and a pre-fab – Eden Camp is a surprise in the Vale of Pickering – really very different to the archaeological, built and natural heritage, and something else to think about. Interesting materials of construction and … Continue reading

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This blog

Dr Louise Cooke I’m a distance learner tutor, heritage researcher, earth building specialist, archaeologist, editor and reviewer, sometimes known as Louise, others as Lu. Wearing so many different hats this blog is created to string together some of the things … Continue reading

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