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Ann Chadwick visits Worcestershire

Ann and Mike were invited to visit Year 7 children at St Nicholas Middle School in Pinvin, near Pershore, to talk about growing up with her ‘new’ sister, Suzie.


Cambridge University  -  Cambridge City Council  -  Polish Ex-Combatants Association - Polish Ministry of Culture and National Heritage  -  Galicia  -  The Herbert Group  -  Jubilee Committee of Stapleford Parish Council  -  Tom Paine  -  Chesterton Community College  -  Ely College  -  Brampton Village Primary School.

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‘Chaucer’, ‘Numbers From Prague’, ‘Down Our Weigh’, ‘Coming Home’, ‘Celebrating Polish Heroes’ and Thomas Paine - Citizen Of The World.’



Thursday 15th November 2012, 3:20pm

Dr Sean Lang, professor at Anglia Ruskin University and Mike Levy of Keystage Arts and Heritage Company spoke on The Jeremy Sallis Show on BBC Radio Cambridgeshire on Thursday 15th November 2012 at 3:20pm about the Merchant Navy Unsung Heroes project.

We have had an excellent response to the interview with many Merchant Navy WWII Veterans and families of Veterans contacting us as a result.

If you missed the show, you can listen again on the right.

Invisible Army 2012

A play telling the little-known story of the Polish army and civilians deported to Siberia by Stalin, released to begin a mammoth exodus to join the British army in its fight against the Nazis.

“Using a drama production to explore aspects of a museum’s collection...stimulates interest and reaches a different audience.”

David Wright

Curator of Wisbech Fenland Musum

(Anka’s Story Ballet, 2012)

“You have enriched the lives of our children and given them experiences which they will treasure for years to come.”

Head teacher

Brampton Village Primary School

(Pepys into the Past, 2011)

“It was the best one [Refugee Week] we have ever done in Cambridge.”

Cambridge City Council Community Development Team

(Refugee Week 2012)

“Thank you so much for your wonderfully imaginative project - new ways of bringing our splendid cemetery into the land of the living young!”

Dr Mark Goldie

Reader in British Intellectual History

at the University of Cambridge

(Giants Beneth Out Feet)

Holocaust Memorial Day 2015

A week of events around Holocaust Memorial Day, supported by Cambridge City Council.

Merchant Navy

Unsung Heroes

A year-long project collecting, recording and preserving the stories of the brace men and women who served in the Merchant Navy during WWII.

Greta Burkill - We Must Save the Children

A 6-month project marking the 75th anniversary of the

arrival of 2000 refugee children who came

to East Anglia.


The Jeremy Sallis Show on BBC Radio Cambridgeshire

Arbury Primary School, 56 - 56

Engaging the whole community to explore 56 years of Arbury Primary School.

Holocaust Memorial Day 2016

A week of events around Holocaust Memorial Day, supported by Cambridge City Council.