East Cleveland Big Jubilee Festival 2nd-5th June 2022 brings together rural communities and heritage, linking people in celebrating the Jubilee with a series of multi-generational living history-themed events and activities. The festival has been created by a community partnership led by Cleveland Ironstone Mining Museum and involves:
- 9 villages – to start the ball rolling Skinningrove, Carlin How, Loftus, Liverton, Easington, Skelton, Brotton, Lingdale, Charltons, involved to date. Also aiming to include Boosbeck, Dunsdale, Margrove Park and Liverton Mines.
- 2 museums – Land of Iron @ The Cleveland Ironstone Museum and Kirkleatham Museum
- Primary schools – to be confirmed
- A community transport service – Tees Valley Rural Action
- A Youth housing trust – East Cleveland Youth Housing Trust
- A creative studio – Imginarium Redcar
- A drone film making service – Cadman UAV Services
- An image archive – East Cleveland Image Archive
- Community artists- Miki and Sade Rogers
- Local businesses and volunteers
Thanks to Arts Council England Let’s Create Jubilee Fund, County Durham Community Foundation, East Cleveland Big Local and the Big Lottery Fund for supporting the East Cleveland Big Jubilee Festival. In-kind support is provided by a range of local business and supporters. The festival builds on residents’ interest in local history, heritage, passion and community pride. Activities around East Cleveland’s villages will include making oral history recordings of local residents’ memories, exhibitions, schools’ activities, face-to-face and online dance workshops, a ‘ration book style’ record of the festival and costume making. Artists will lead sessions working with volunteers, a film including drone footage will be created and shared online, and audio and visual records will be stored for posterity and made available to the public through the internet. “Our partnership is overjoyed to have been awarded this funding which will allow our village communities to work together in a wide range of creative ways to engage residents in honour the Jubilee. On our journey out of the Covid pandemic, the festival brings opportunities for people to work together to achieve a goal by: being involved in their communities; making positive connections; building feelings of togetherness and belonging; and increasing intergenerational understanding. We can’t wait for the culmination of the festival in the form of our final spectacular dance performance on Skinningrove Jetty on the afternoon of Saturday 4th June. We’re very much looking forward to sharing our final video to celebrate the richness of our communities, their history, culture and natural landscape.” Jo Booth and Graham Banwell – East Cleveland Big Jubilee Festival Steering Group
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