Ghostly Goings-On at No 23 High Street This newspaper cutting dating from the 1960s was kindly shown to me by Christine ...
These photos have been submitted by Dean Rocker, one of the participants in the projects photographic workshops. Look out for more of Deans photos from around the town as well as others from the rest of the project photographers coming soon..
Heritage Open Days is a festival which runs in September each year offering the opportunity to visit a variety of heritage sites which are not normally open to the public or entry is offered free of charge during the weekend.
Working alongside professional archaeologists from Archaeology Project Services supported by local amateur group FenArch you will have the opportunity to participate in a real archaeological dig in the gardens of the Wisbech and Fenland Museum!
Working closely with the architects Dallas Peirce Quintero, plans for developing an area for the public to enjoy are well underway. The design is a simple structure supporting a viewing platform at high level.
Delivering a programme of photography workshops and documenting Wisbech town centre in the 2010’s and throughout the project delivery.
These adverts and articles were published in the Wisbech Standard in 1956
Photographic Survey Undertaken Prior to Development
The first High Street building has been granted planning permission under the HLF Project
Thanks to Roger Rawson for uploading this image of the crypt under the Market Place. We look forward to investigating this ...
The Wisbech and Fenland Museum have a number of Childrens Drop in Workshops planned between July and October 2017. See the ...
Octavia Hill's Birthplace House has just released its programme of walks for Summer 2017
In April 2017 I hired a "cherry picker" in order to get a closer inspection of the gap site at No. 24. The views were pretty impressive.
This is the first exciting development on the High Street which has been made possible by the HLF TH scheme grant