2018. Re-creating the march made by the first fifty civilian volunteers to land in France during WW1. Cheered on by 3,000 spectators.
2014 - Following the unveil of their memorial, members of the public tied the soldiers names to fifty newly planted trees.
Creating The BIG Draw at St Helens Heritage Centre in Ashby de la Zouch.
Planting fifty trees and public event to commemorate the fifty who left Hugglescote to fight in WW1.
Metres and metres of doodles created during the BIG Draw by all ages.
Logo created for the 50 Trees event. This event achieved first place in a national competition for Parks and Open Spaces.
Discovering the marks left during the medieval period and what they might mean. Involved two churches and a castle!
Another award winning event involving 80 members of the public in a quest to discover the lost entrance to the vaults of a medieval church.
Working with local archaeologists to provide an introduction to finds and identification.
Creating a chapel within an industrial museum to show the lives of those who lived and worked on the site.
Designing and working with volunteers to create two living history shops inside a museum.
Sourcing and presenting authentic props to create the inside of the seamstress shop. Moira Furnace, Derbys.
Using a range of machinery on site and a photograph of the shop they came from, I re-created the inside of an old cobblers shop.
Showing the timeline and effects of the Reformation in 5 metres! From Catholic to Anglican and the destruction in between.
A Royalist Soldier stands guard in this display of the Civil War happenings right next door in Ashby Castle.
Sights and smells of the plague as this display depicts a child in a local cottage.
Giving out copies of my book "The man who took is pigeon to war' as part of WW1 commemorations.
The regimental flag is lowered by a Leicestershire Regiment member as we remember those who died in combat.