Lincolnshire Women who campaigned for Democracy
On 4th October, RHS members and guests were treated to an evening of Art, Literature and Heritage. The evening started with a meet the artist session. Jayne Cooper enlighten everyone with her reasoning behind her work whilst viewing her Art Exhibition called “Rebel Daughters”. After refreshments, Wendy Cadwallader read out her poem which had been inspired by Jayne’s work. Chrissie Chapman, then gave an interesting talk on Lincolnshire Women who campaigned for Democracy to a packed courtroom.
The Art Exhibition is on until 27th October, open during the Town Council Office’s open times.
Hazel Barnard and Chrissie Chapman
Wendy Callwallder reading her poem.
Photographs taken by RHS newest member Adam.
Heritage Open Days
Rase Heritage Society and West Wolds U3A collaborated to provide a pictorial look at the town today and yesterday. There were several photographic slide shows of old photographs, visitors were able to help with identifying some of the people and events.
Local artist Brian Oxborrow painted a heritage photo booth for the event.
The information on Photographers of Market Rasen 1850-1950 can be view by following the links The People – Tradespeople of Market Rasen – Photographers.