Heritage

14
Apr

Cultural Recovery Fund Success: Support for creativity, nature connection & wellbeing at Boundary Way

We are delighted to announce that the Boundary Way Project has been awarded funding from second round of the Government’s Culture Recovery Fund.   Boundary Way Project is among more than 2,700 recipients to benefit from the latest round of awards from the £1.57 billion Culture Recovery Fund  This award will sustain continuing audience engagement and partnerships to help people

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2
Apr

Creative ways to explore nature with artist Hannah Ayre

  Boundary Way Project are pleased to share two new films created by artist Hannah Ayre demonstrating simple and inspiring projects that explore nature. In the first of these she demonstrates the cyanotype or sun-print technique and in the second how to create mandalas with found materials. The new resources have been put together as part of Boundary Way Project’s

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24
Mar

Celebrating Wolverhampton History Week

This week we are delighted to be joining organisations across the city to celebrate the heritage and history of Wolverhampton. The allotments are just a step in the long history of the city, a history that we take great pride in being part of. The journey of our allotment began in the 1950s, when the green allotment space was created

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25
Feb

Boundary Way at Wolverhampton Literature Festival & Writer’s Group Announcement

As it returned for its fifth year, this year’s Wolverhampton Literature Festival featured amazing poets and writers from across the talented literary city of Wolverhampton, as well as further afield. As such an exciting and important event in the city’s calendar, the Boundary Way Project were delighted to be able to take part in a Writer’s Hub event showcasing work

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22
Feb

Upcoming Seasonal Online Workshops from the Boundary Way Project

  We’re delighted that as Wintery February draws to a close, our workshop programme remains as vibrant as ever and is jam packed full of activities to support our wellbeing and encourage more nature connection as this difficult time continues. The programme moves with the seasons and this upcoming series of sessions sees us make our way towards the brighter

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5
Feb

Winter Wonder – Making Indian Tea with Kom Achall

We are delighted to be sharing another film as part of our Winter Wonder series, this time we are joined by local artist, photographer and curator Kom Achall. In the film Kom demonstrates how to make Indian tea and explains the health benefits of the wonderful ingredients of the tea. Also known as masala tea, amongst other names, this tea

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21
Jan

Winter Wonder: Seasonal Folklore Celebrations

On the morning of Twelfth Night, we were delighted to be joined for an online workshop by folklorist and artist Anne Marie Lagram for an informal chat and make session exploring folklore traditions at the start of the New Year. We have done many seasonal celebrations with Anne Marie across the years at Boundary Way, each of them incorporating creativity,

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11
Jan

The Boundary Way Project’s 2020 Roundup

  So, what did 2020 hold for the Boundary Way Project? The earlier months of the year were typically quieter months for the Boundary Way Project calendar, with the seasonal nature of the site, we hunted for mushrooms, recorded the allotment’s changed through photography and hatched plans for the coming months. Unfortunately, planning was halted in March with the announcement

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6
Jan

Poetry Premiere Evening Success

The Boundary Way Project were delighted to hold their first ever large-scale online event in December in the form of a wonderful Poetry Premiere Evening. The free event was part of the project’s Winter Wonder Programme of workshops and events, taking place via Zoom and featuring exciting premiere performances of a new collection of poems inspired by nature, green spaces

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7
Dec

Virtual Residency with Artist Hannah Ayre and Penn Fields School

  As part of our new project, funded by the Culture Recovery Fund for Heritage, the Boundary Way Project has created a Virtual Artist Residency exploring accessible ways of learning using digital platforms. We are delighted to be working with participatory artist Hannah Ayre, who is exploring creativity, nature connection and wellbeing with Key Stage 3 pupils at Penn Fields

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