Regional History Centre news
15 November 2014
This multi-media Being Human Festival event began with an illustrated talk by Professor Steve Poole on this and other crime scene executions in the West Country and concluded with a specially commissioned performance by poet Ralph Hoyte and artist Michael Fairfax involving poetry, sculpture, music, and sound installation.
Regional History Centre a partner in South Glos Council’s Heritage Lottery Funded ‘A Forgotten Landscape’ Project
4 November 2014
A partnership of private and public organisations, including UWE’s Regional History Centre, has been granted £1,017,200 for the 3.5 year Landscape Partnership project ‘A Forgotten Landscape’. The project will start in January 2015 and aims to restore the heritage of part of the Lower Severn Vale Levels.
April to July 2012
Thanks to a £46,000 grant from REACT the Regional History Centre worked with Bristol media start up company Splash and Ripple, and the Holburne Museum on an innovative digital research project in Bath's historic Sydney Gardens.
11 and 12 May 2012
This conference assesses the impact of writing and writers associated with the South West from the earliest records to the twentieth century – sometimes by insiders looking out, and sometimes by outsiders looking in.
27 January 2012
UWE's Regional History Centre and Bristol publishers Redcliffe Press are to join forces to publish a series of regional history studies covering Bristol and its hinterland.