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St Peter'sEast Yorkshire
THE NEW SUTTON & WAWNE MUSEUM DVD PROJECT
The new DVD is now on sale, issued by the Sutton & Wawne Museum. It is essentially to replace Merrill Rhodes' excellent history on Sutton, Bransholme & Wawne, which has now gone out of print. This DVD project is to celebrate the timeless links between both villages, and to raise funds for the Museum. It contains a digitised version of the Second Edition, including all photos, maps and diagrams. The chapter headings and layout remains faithful to Merrill's own, and can be viewed on any PC or laptop, region-free. The page format is HTML, ie, website format, and the images are all jpeg. The whole contents can be transferred to a stick or card, so will also be able to be viewed on a tablet.
The DVD now contains a significant number of "Extras"; dozens of images of both villages from the museum's own collections, dozens of modern images of both churches, several school visits to the Museum including by Wawne Primary School, and links to information on RAF Sutton and local Anti-Aircraft gunsites of WW2, plus information on both village war memorials.
Complimentary copies have been promised to Hull History Centre, Beverley Treasure House, both churches who have helped, Brooklands Camera Club who have supplied dozens of the modern church photographs, and several other contributors to the project, including Wawne School. The Museum will fund the first run itself, hence the restricted number, but then hope to do further runs using profits from the initial sales. It had been planned for release in early 2017, with extra funding from a grant from the Creative Communities programme for arts and culture. Sadly, we got turned down, hence the limited number of sale copies for now. It is available in the museum in Sutton every Friday, and now also in the Hull Peoples' Memorial Shop in Whitefriargate, Tuesday to Saturday.
If you would like to see . . . a pageful of similar Help and Tips . . ?
. . . is available on a separate page, by clicking the history link above.
For many other links connected with Wawne, go
to Google search, and type in the full name,
in inverted commas as shown, or copy this with your mouse,
. . press Ctrl+C, then paste it into the Google search box with Ctrl+V
you don't even have to type it . . it's as easy as that.
It still amazes me how many folk, who claim to have used computers for years,
still make hard work of the simplest tasks and and go all round the houses,
clicking here, there, and everywhere. It doesn't have to be like that.
Computers were invented to make work quick and efficient.
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Other Information For Wawne
& internet links
The Links within the Image Map
St Peter's Church ... our 13th century medieval church welcomes visitors
Wawne Parish Council website ... for masses of info on parish, policing, events and community matters ( now live! )
Wawne Primary School ... there have been schools here since 1870 ... this goes to the modern school on the old site.
Wawne Post Office ... an essential part of any village life
Wawne Ferry of old ... closed in the 1950s (before anybody adjusts their sat-nav and tries to navigate it).
Meux Abbey ... Wikipedia page on Meux and its ancient history
Waggoners Arms ... our local hostelry, listed on a pubs guide
The Cold War Bunker ... not open to the public; now converted to a private bungalow
Windham Family ... and deeper Wawne family history
The Domesday Book ... and Wawne's place within it, nearly a thousand years ago
modern Wawne ... listed on Wikipedia with today's population statistics, links to emergency services and brief history
Wawne Convenience Store and Shop ... the address is wrong, but the photo and map are correct, so hey ho .. ..
Churchyard, photos of church, and links to buy MI books ... this is back on our St Peter's Church page