HERITAGE OPEN DAYS IN HEDON. With thanks to Tony Porter for providing this information.
THE DALE SMITH COLLECTION of photographs is ready to see at Hedon Museum. Dr. Martin Craven from the museum writes that 400 photos in two volumes are available.
Our What’s On? page lists the main events taking place in the area. Today we look at three: Hedon Museum, Preston Show and Ruben’s Voice.
Colonel Steve W. Emerson formally launched the exhibition “A Diamond Celebration” with a talk that highlighted the links between the Army Cadets Force (ACF) and Hedon.
COUNCILLOR SARAH ROMMELL became the 674th MAYOR OF HEDON last night. The Mayormaking ceremony took place in the glorious surroundings of St. Augustine’s Church.
An in-depth look at Hedon Town Centre and how shopping options and habits have changed over time. Analysis of its future viability. – By John Dennis
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Hedon potted history plaque – ou can browse through over 900 years of the town’s history in a few minutes!
This is published on what would have been Ted Winkler’s 100th birthday 4 December. Sadly Ted died two weeks ago. This is written in tribute to a man who was fascinated by the local history of his adopted Hedon home, but who himself had a fascinating life story.
HISTORIAN and Honorary Freeman of Hedon, Dr Martin Craven, has written a new local history book entitled “The History of Thorngumbald Hall and its Owners”.
THE NEW SEASON 2020 at HEDON MUSEUM starts on Wednesday 4 March with an opportunity to learn about a proud maritime tradition on the Humber. Hull-based United Towing Co. Ltd. was the leading towing and salvage company in the UK at the peak of its 70-year history. That history will be reflected in model ships and other displays during the Museum’s opening exhibition from March 4 until April 18th.
Model ships, vintage cameras and 1970’s memorabilia will feature along with traditional artworks at exhibitions on display at Hedon Museum during its 2020 season from March to November.