Location 1: Outside the Hive

Location 1: Outside The Hive

Hidden Histories community workshops

Artist: Jaime Jackson

As part of Hidden Histories Worcester, artist, Jaime Jackson of Salt Road, and volunteers and staff from Worcestershire Archives have worked with local people to create artwork inspired by historic documents, maps and images held at the Hive.

HH Fact: The Hive site used to be the city Cattle Market from 1838 to 2003.


Students and local people from the Heart of Worcestershire College and the JOY Group, Worcester Community Trust, visited Worcestershire Archives and saw City records dating back to the 12

Here we present a film and artwork featuring the work they created with Jaime Jackson, based on their own stories and ideas taken from the workshops.

South Parade, Worcester in 1899.  Image courtesy of Worcestershire Archives.

About Jaime Jackson


Jaime specialises in participatory practice engaging communities in digital environmental projects that engage people, communities, and organisations to grow and survive by learning about natural models of sustainability, biodiversity and process-based biomimicry (learning from nature to become more sustainable).

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Equal Vision CIC Ltd
Creative projects for curious people

Community Interest Company
Number: 10053841

Web Design © SJ&Co Creative