Shopping Memories of Gainsborough

Our Coffee, Cake and Reminiscence morning at Gainsborough Library was well attended with lots of senior citizens who were more than happy to share their memories prompted by a wealth of historic photographs provided by the library, the heritage centre and several kind individuals. We were also delighted to welcome

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Coffee, Cake and Memories – A Reminiscence Morning about Shopping in Gainsborough

Come along on Tuesday 7th May to a friendly reminiscence morning at Gainsborough Library, where we provide the refreshments and you bring your photos and memories of Gainsborough shops that have come and gone over the years. Our aim is to capture your memories of shops that you loved to

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Schools Learn About The History of Shopping in Gainsborough

Gainsborough’s Townscape Heritage Initiative has created 2 exciting new curriculum-based learning packages to enable local Primary school pupils to study the development of Gainsborough as a market town.  These were created in collaboration with an experienced teaching professional from a local Gainsborough school and are aimed at 7 to 11

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The Fabric Place – Gainsborough’s Heritage-Led Regeneration Success Story

The Fabric Place becomes the newest edition to 5-7 Market Place 5-7 Market Place in Gainsborough has acquired a new owner after much needed regeneration thanks to the Townscape Heritage Initiative. The store officially opened Saturday 1 July 2023 and owner Moji Sanni, aged 67, knew this was the place

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The Young Generation gets into Regeneration!

We are proud to announce two pupils from Queen Elizabeth’s High School, have been appointed as Young Heritage Champions The year 10 pupils from Gainsborough will be able to feed into decision making on building projects and planning of events as part of the Townscape Heritage Initiative. Theresa Workman, Townscape

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