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Images Dated 24th February 2022

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240222look Featured 24 Feb 2022 Image

240222look

LOOKING UP IN NEWCASTLE-UNDR-LYME.
I think it? fair to say that the majority of us either walk looking straight ahead or down to where we?e walking. A few of us may glance up at a shop sign, but very few ascend above that to take in some of the striking period architecture which has been left to us by our Elizabethan, Victorian, Georgian and Edwardian forbearers as well as some of the disasters from the 60?.
Newcastle-Under-Lyme is no different from any other town in the Stoke-on-Trent area. It has a mixture of Old and new buildings in its two main streets, the High Street and Ironmarket and while shop frontages and interiors are altered with the change of usage its upper structure tends to stay the same.
Ironmarket

240222tita Featured 24 Feb 2022 Image

240222tita

Titanic: Honour & Glory, a brand-new exhibition exploring the legacy of the world? most famous ship and includes genuine artefacts from the Titanic and her sister ships and memorabilia from the 1997 James Cameron movie, is heading to The Potteries Museum & Art Gallery from Saturday 19 February until 1 May 2022.
The exhibition will also feature the accounts of local Staffordshire personnel connected to the ill-fated liner including Captain Edward John Smith, Mr Leonard Hodgkinson, Senior 4th Engineer on board Titanic, who was born in Stoke-on-Trent and Mr. Christopher Mills, assistant butcher who was born in Longton.
Councillor Lorraine Beardmore, cabinet member for leisure, culture and public health said:
?eople from around the globe are fascinated by the story of the Titanic which was propelled back into the limelight following the release of the movie in 1997, but residents here in the city have a connection in more ways than one to the ill-fated liner, and so I? overjoyed to have this exhibition coming to the Potteries Museum and Art Gallery.
?he exhibition will really bring home the scale of the disaster and narrates some incredibly powerful stories from those involved.
?esidents will get the opportunity to view some fantastic pieces as part of the exhibition including props from the Oscar winning film, this exhibition is not to be missed and we look forward to welcoming visitors from across the city and further afield.?

TRAUMA Featured 24 Feb 2022 Image

TRAUMA

Group of ladies known collectively as The Crafting Table meet weekly at The Cherry Tree pub in Haddenham near Ely. The group's main focus at the moment is to produce, Trauma Teddys, that is knitted and embroidered Teddy Bears that can be handed to young children who become affected of trauma, through being a victim of fire, theft, violence etc.
Front, founder of the group, Rachel Dennis with other members.
The contact for the group is Rachel Dennis