The Halifax Gibbet is quite unique in England. There is no other known execution instrument like it and it still stands today on its namesake road Gibbet Street. From the 13th Century this deadly instrument was used to execute any thieves who stole goods over the value of 13 ½ D. ( In modern day … Continue reading The Gibbet Heritage Board Official Unveiling
The aim is to develop writing skills and to produce a collection of work. Writing exercises suitable for novices or more experienced writers. Starting with pair work and group writing. Two meetings per month from 25th January to 25th May. For more information, see King Cross Library Free Admission For more information about this event … Continue reading Creative Writing Course at King Cross Library
One-off grants of up to £25,000 are available for community groups working with local authorities to establish new pocket parks, creating safe and usable green spaces, and for helping to restore and renovate existing parks which have fallen into disrepair, bringing them back into public use. The funding is intended to help put communities and … Continue reading Pocket Park Grants: – up to £25’000 available to local community groups working with local authorities.