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Hidden Histories is coming to Worcester on Saturday 29th June!

Hidden Histories is coming to Worcester on Saturday 29th June

What is Hidden Histories?

Want to have fun and learn some interesting stories about Worcester and… win a prize?

On Saturday 29th June between 12-5pm pick up your Hidden Histories map at one of our five Hidden Histories locations.  Explore the area around The Hive, Angel Place and Crowngate Shopping Centre to discover 5 family-friendly Hidden Histories pop-up performances or activities.

Collect all 5 clues, one at each Hidden History location, then bring your map back to one of the locations to claim your prize.

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Did you know that…

  • Worcester was once world-famous for its glove making industry.
  • Worcester once had a prosperous river fishing industry and Fish Street was filled with cottages inhabited by fishermen’s families.
  • The Commandery served as King Charles II headquarters in the Battle of Worcester in 1651 where he was defeated by Oliver Cromwell.

These are just a few of Worcester’s amazing Hidden Histories. Find out how carry out research to understand more about your own family and local history by contacting Worcestershire Archive and Archaeology Service at The Hive in Worcester.

Hidden Histories Worcester was produced by Equal Vision in collaboration with Worcestershire
Archive and Archaeology Service and artists, Jamie Jackson and Clik Clik Collective.

What is Hidden Histories?

Want to have fun and learn some interesting stories about Worcester and… win a prize?

On Saturday 29th June between 12-5pm pick up your Hidden Histories map at The Hive, where
you will find your first clue. Explore the area around The Hive and Crowngate Shopping Centre to
discover 4 more family-friendly Hidden Histories pop-up performances or activities.

Collect all 5 clues, one at each stop, and then visit Equal Vision’s Facebook page or website to
submit your answers. Each person who submits all 5 correct answers will be entered into our
Hidden Histories competition to win a special prize. Only one entry per person will be accepted.

Did you know that…

  • Worcester was once world-famous for its glove making industry?
  • Worcester once had a prosperous river fishing industry and Fish Street was filled with
    cottages inhabited by fishermen’s families?
  • The Commandery located in the centre of Worcester served as King Charles II headquarters
    in the Battle of Worcester in 1651 where he was defeated by Oliver Cromwell?

On Saturday 29 th June between 12-5pm pick up your Hidden Histories map at The Hive, where you will find your first clue. Explore the area around The Hive and Crowngate Shopping Centre to discover 4 more family-friendly Hidden Histories pop-up performances or activities.

Collect all 5 clues, one at each stop, and then visit Equal Vision’s Facebook page or website to submit your answers. Each person who submits 5 correct answers will be entered into our Hidden Histories competition to win a special prize. Only one entry per person will be accepted.

When?
Saturday 29th June, 12 – 5pm

Where?
Find 5 Hidden Histories pop-up performances or activities in and around The Hive and Crowngate Shopping Centre

Win a Prize!
At each Hidden Histories location find an installation, performance or activity each focusing on a fascinating story from Worcester City’s past. Collect a quiz answer at each of the 5 locations, then visit Equal Vision’s website and submit your answers and contact details to be entered into a draw to win a special prize.

Find out how you can research your own Hidden Histories by contacting Worcestershire Archaeology and Archives service at The Hive in Worcester.

Hidden Histories Worcester was produced by Equal Vision in collaboration with Worcestershire
Archaeology and Archive Service and artists, Jamie Jackson and Kate Cox of Clik Clik Collective

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Equal Vision CIC Ltd
Creative projects for curious people

Community Interest Company
Number: 10053841

Web Design © SJ&Co Creative