Archive for the ‘local history’ Category

Virtual Reality VR is set to take off this Summer!

Newest VR headsets promise to become the successor to the iPhone

Cottingham.tv’s challenge to improve VR technology has been taken up by the investors and manufacturers!

VR: the next big thing?

Memories Laced with Virtual Reality

Explore new routes to retailling your products, memorabilia and services right here in Cottingham via social media using VR!

Contact Mike at Cottingham Allsorts for further details about doing this as it becomes available – and of course for restoring and trasferring your old photos, videos and films onto digital media 

Nick

Affiliate Member, IEEE SSIT

Local Voice: story-telling bringing local history to life

In four parts covering different aspects. A real account of life and times: the real Dad’s Army!

 

Cottingham And District Life And Times

Local People relating local life stories

We are delighted to involve you in a new level of local engagement through video conversations with local people relating the life and times of Cottingham and district

We want to help make you part of local history too

You can help make local history more accessible through taking part in story-telling and discovery!

We are recording interviews with local people and we would be delighted if you would like to take part

If you have a local story you would like to tell or know an older relative who could help, please contact Mike Anne or Nick (contacts menu – top)

We would like to thank Dorothy for her kind support

Christ Church Community Coffee on King street a special thank you for the room – more about CC coffee  soon.

The Cottingham Local History Society meets in Hallgate Primary School 7:30 PM Tel: 845734

Nick

PS we may change the camera angle for future presentations ..

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Family Event Next Month: Driffield Steam & Vintage Rally Festival

Driffield Steam and Vintage Rally

Expect lots of family-friendly rides and facilities to make this a great day out for the kids!

 

Nick

(c) registered, Look and Learn

https://www.slideshare.net/secret/aNSOYychGrgIxi

All aboard for tours and sight-seeing trips!

Amazing opportunity!

The U3A (The University of the Third Age) meet regularly and go on trips and have multiple interest groups including local history, book clubs, needlework, visiting places of interest, hiking, foreign languages and travel. Heather is discussing travel arrangements briefly in this video clip.

 

Editor’s Note: –

Further speakers to follow.

We are constrained by Internet file upload speeds and by limited video output formats of our camera equipment.

COTTINGHAM U3A

are holding monthly meetings in the Darby and Joan Hall, Finkle Street, Cottingham on the second Thursday of each month starting at 2pm.

Activities include group coach tours with visits to local places of historic and scenic interest and further afield, interest groups including keep fit for all, languages, art, book groups, bowls, family history, philosophy, needlework, walkers/strollers, history and much more!

Contact details: please follow the link above to the main website

 

Nick

P.S. we’re hoping to upload some video clips of the well-attended new members meeting from the 19th. March