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FREE Cartoons in the Park event

Tuesday 8 February, 3.30 – 6pm
Burslem Park Pavilion
Burslem Park, with Stoke-on-Trent Museums and Stoke Your Fires Festival, is pleased to present Cartoons in the Park.
This is a great chance for children aged 8 to 13 to be creative, get hands-on, and direct their own park-inspired animation.
Please note that booking is essential, as there are only 12 spaces available. Please email tom.pine@stoke.gov.uk or call 07787 005946 to confirm your place.
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Ideas flowing in the Old Post Office

With a new exhibition being put up around us, around 15 people gathered for this first experimental meeting. 10 ideas were presented with discussion inbetween. While some were ideas that fit the category of “would be great if enough people got behind it”, many more were already active pieces of work that can inspire other people.

All the ideas will be developed into individual posts and in the meantime here’s a brief summary of the discussion. We think we’ll get together again in a month to continue the discussions.

Many thanks to Rob and the Old Post Office for hosting. This space will be open all weekend for a sales exhibition of pottery and also hosts a Social Media Surgery on September 1st – this is a chance for anybody in the community to come and get free advice about helpful ways you can use the internet. More information here. Read the rest of this entry »

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BigRed Thursday: Burslem Park animation

Cut out stop motion animation which was made thoughout the day at the Arts & Health day in Burslem Park. More.

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Wildplay Summer 2010

Summer 2010!

Join us at the following locations to take part
in a variety of fun-packed environmental
activities, crafts and games!
Where and when?
Westport Lake – Thurs 29th July 10am-12pm
Fri 27th Aug 10am-12pm
Turnhurst Park – Tues 17th Aug 10am-12pm
Thurs 2nd Sept 2-4pm
Burslem Park – Thurs 12th Aug 10am-12pm
Weds 1st Sept 10am-12pm
All sessions run an open access policy so you can drop in at any time.
Children under 8 must be accommpanied by an adult.
Families welcome! Please wear suitable
outdoor clothing.
For more information contact Jenna on 01782 454192 or 07805
398634

Click here to view a PDF which you can print out for your noticeboards.

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Burslem’s heritage trail

by John Webbe

Have you seen the information boards around Burslem town centre? Maybe you have seen the bright-green leaflets which proudly shout “Welcome to Burslem, Mother Town of the Potteries”? They form Burslem’s heritage trail.

I decided to follow this route with my retired parents and my then nearly-two-year old daughter as we enjoyed the sun shining bright overhead. There are nine heritage trail boards in total – seven around Burslem town centre and one each at Moorcroft & Middleport Pottery. I am not going to repeat any of the information on the heritage trail boards or in the leaflet, I’ll leave that to you to find out, but believe me, it’s worth it – there’s some fascinating information for even the most hardened Boslemite to learn!
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