Wisbech Projects CIC

Wisbech Projects CIC

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Crafternoon

Crafternoon

As part of Heritage Open Days this year, we’re running a Crafternoon at Wisbech General Cemetery. Produced by award-winning activist and founder of the Craftivist Collective, Sarah Corbett, ‘Dare to Dream’ explores the stories of those who have affected positive change in their community by […]

Minecraft Wisbech

Minecraft Wisbech

  Having played Minecraft for some years, it’s been great fun to see a map of Wisbech professionally built! Anyone can build a map of blocks with a couple of tools, but Collusion are running a project to create a more detailed version, which is […]

Heritage Open Days

Heritage Open Days

As part of the Wisbech Society’s remit to promote the local hereitage, and with support from Wisbech Town Council, we’ve commissioned an update to the Christmas Map and produced one to show the place open for the national Heritage Open Days events, as well as some who are putting on displays to show their heritage.

 

In addition to those listed, keep an eye on the Town Council’s What’s On page for any extras!

Christmas!

Christmas!

Wisbech Christmas Fayre, Sunday 10th December 2017 Wisbech Projects had a map produced earlier in the year, so was happy to work on adapting it for the Christmas Fayre. Adding the book hunt on the back, it is hoped that everyone will find it fun […]

Creative Families

Creative Families

A summer of activities for families to have a go at a variety of creative skills, together. Using fabric and yarn to sew, crochet, felt and make pompoms!

Wisbech General Cemetery

Wisbech General Cemetery

We’re proud to have been chosen as the organisation for the Project Co-ordinator post for the HLF funded restoration of this beautiful non-conformist chapel and cemetery.

Assets of Community Value

Assets of Community Value

Our first (unexpected) action when we formed the CIC was to research how to have an input to any possibility of the building known as “The Castle” being sold. The owners, Cambridgeshire County Council, felt they had no real use for it and wanted to […]