As Heritage Stories Maker at I was responsible for delivering the community engagement programme for the Development Phase of a £2 million Heritage Lottery Funded Project.
Leading a team of volunteers we undertook research into Street Directories and produced a report for the second stage of the HLF lottery bid.
history of pembroke place
connect @ Calderstones
(The Reader OrgANISATION)
Working as the Heritage Stories Maker at Calderstones I was responsible for delivering the Development Phase of a £2 million Heritage Lottery Funded Project.
Recruiting and leading the heritage volunteer team of Heritage Story Sharers, with appropriate support from The Reader’s existing volunteering structure
Planning and delivering a programme of workshops and heritage walking tours suitable for diverse audiences, including families, adults and schools.
Planning and coordinating a community archaeological dig in.
Contribute to the development of the Activity Plan as part of The Reader's succesful second phase application to the Heritage Lottery Fund.
Galkoffs & The secret history of Pembroke Place
(National Museums Liverpool)
(lIVERPOOL sCHOOL OF tROPICAL mEDICINE)
P Galkoffs kosher butcher shop is an iconic building fronted with highly decorative green tiles.
Originally a house, the P Galkoff business opened around 1908, and the amazing tiles were added in 1933. LSTM acquired the building in 2012. It is located just a few doors away from the last remaining area of Liverpool court housing (back-to-back houses standing around courtyards). This type of house was a prevalent type of working class home in mid19th century Liverpool.
I led team of volunteers investigating historic street directories to prroduce a report that would go into the Stage II Heritage Lottery Fund Bid.
The big was sucessful and the project secured £291,300 towards its aims.
Historic Environment Intern