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West End Stories: West End Women and Girls
West End Women and Girls Centre is a registered charity which has been working with women and girls in the West End of Newcastle since 1981. The Centre provides support through group work where the members have the opportunity to meet, have fun, learn skills, look at issues relevant their lives and generally build confidence in a safe and supportive environment. Chelsea Dixon, an administrator at the Centre, talks about its history and how it provides vital support to Women and Girls in the West End of Newcastle. Photographs are courtesy of West End Women & Girls Centre. Additional sound recording by Michelle Allan and special thanks to The Tuesday Club'. West End Stories is a programme of events, talks and community exhibitions about West Newcastle upon Tyne. It has been developed by Tyne & Wear Archives & Museums in partnership with St James' Centre for Heritage & Culture in Benwell. http://westendwomenandgirls.co.uk/
Installing the Victor Pasmore exhibition at the Hatton Gallery
A timelapse film of the installation of the Victor Pasmore: In Three Dimensions exhibition at Hatton Gallery.
05 Mar 2015
Now that the days are lighter and longer, and Spring is just around the corner we thought we’d tell you about some FLAG events coming soon! As you may…
01 Mar 2015
As part of the ‘Wor Life’ project we have been researching all our venues to see what was going on at each of them during the First World War.