Langdyke has its own stand at this weekend’s Peterborough Heritage Festival in the city centre on Saturday and Sunday.
The festival is the UK’s largest multi-period city centre living history festival.
The Langdyke stand will be in the Vivacity unit in Queensgate opposite the McDonalds entrance and right next to Cathedral Square where the main event is centred.
The theme of the main event this year is’Victorians’ marking 200 years since the birth of Queen Victoria.
What’s happening at the LCT stand?
Langdyke volunteers – suppporting Artist in residence Kathryn Parsons – will be welcoming people, chatting about the trust and its work.
On view will be photo boards and information leaflets and flyers designed to encourage people to join the Trust.
Another key aim is to promote the Langdyke Museum of Objects book, due to be published at the annual meeting, full of memories about connections between nature and the people who visit the countryside. People are being encouraged to bring in objects so they can be photographed for the book.
Kathryn is running a drop-in workshop so people can come and add to our community artwork. Everyone that adds to the artwork will get an invitation to our Saturday June event and if they come to the annual meeting they will get a free copy of the anniversary book.
A couple of poets will also be calling in to to read their poetry that relates to Langdyke countryside/nature
More details about the Peterborough Heritage Festival at https://vivacity.org/heritage/peterborough-heritage-festival-2019/