How a crazy idea featuring a dancing MP and a flying mayor turned into a £3M project. This film made by Teesside University Interns, Luke, Zack, Charlie, Jenny & Sam assigned to East Cleveland Online tells the story.
Here are some pictures courtesy of Gary Quinn from last nights event at the Earthbeat Centre in Saltburn. The new Rasberry Pi Octorama was unveiled featuring “The Beauty of Heritage”, a preview of the exhibition to run at Loftus Town Hall on September 12th. The screens featured footage shot by this years ECOL Interns, Luke, Jenny, Jack, Sam and Charly. The event was opened by the Mayor of Lotus, Mike Hodgeson and the gathered members watched some more films made by the Interns (we will post these later)
One week into their ECOL internship, we have an outdoor production meeting in the sun.
Five interns from Teesside University started with East Cleveland Online this week. They’ll be working on new films to add to the story map: www.ecol.org.uk/story-map/
We also have a new partnership venture between ECOL and Tees Music Alliance called Tees Valley TV and they’ll be recording a few TMA gigs. Then at the end of their internship we’ll produce a blogcast via Tees Valley TV. (a blogcast is a scheduled stream of media released over the course of a day) This will take place on August 6th – viewable online at www.tvtv.org.uk. There will also be a physical celebration event at a location in East Cleveland (venue TBC) and maybe a simultaneous one in Stockton.
The Interns will also be shooting some scenic footage for exhibition at the Heritage Open Days at Loftus Town Hall. This will feature in a partial Octorama which we’ll also exhibit on August 6th.
Finally the guys will be shooting a video of the refurbishment of Skinningrove Jetty. This will probably include clips from the machinima movies that Steve Thompson, Barry Hunt and Tommy Evans made depicting how the jetty might look and now the students will be able to show the work in progress
We had our first Digital Workshop at Saltburn Learning Campus this week (picture below courtesy Kev Howard) The training has been kindly funded by the Community Foundation. We have a few more sessions to come and the first one revolved largely around how to get support from the ECOL network portal at www.ecol.org.uk/support
Cleveland Ironstone Mining Museum has received funding from the European Social Fund to employ a paid member of staff, to recruit, train, support and develop potential and existing volunteers at the Museum.
JOB TITLE: MUSEUM TRAINING/RECRUITMENT OFFICER
BASED AT: Skinningrove
HOUR: 30 per week until 30th June 2015
SALARY £8.00 per hour
Full details may be found in the Job Description below.
For further information or to request an application form please contact Janette Holt, 8 Mossdale Drive, Guisborough TS14 8JB Tel. 01287 348657or Email firstname.lastname@example.org
31 October (Tours start 6:30 pm last one 8:30 pm)
Whilst waiting for, or after, their tour visitors can sit and listen to folk rock group Stormcrow and some of their associates with songs picked to match the mood; with pirates and monsters.
Entry is £2 children and £4 adults and is less suitable for under 7’s.
In Memory of
FREDRICK CHARLES PAVLOSKY
Date of birth 1880 Dorset
Branch of Service Royal Navy
Pavlosky, A.B Fredrick Charles, 194223
Killed in action at Battle of Coronel 1st November 1914 age 34
Son of Robert and Harriet, of Ferry House, Kinsale, Co Cork
Husband of Jane Elizabeth Pavlosky
1 Marine Skinningrove, Yorkshire
August 2nd 1914 The ship “Good Hope” left Portsmouth under Captain Philip Franklin
October 22nd 1914 Stanley Falkland Islands, left Port for the west coast of South
America via Cape Horn
November 1st 1914 off the Chilean Coast H.M.S “Good Hope” was sunk along with
H.M.S Monmouth by the German Armoured Cruisers Scharnhorst and Genisenav under
Admiral Graf Maximillian Von Spee with the loss of her entire complement of 900
hands in the Battle of Coronel
Fredrick Charles Pavlosky married Jane Elizabeth Bell in Portsmouth 1907. Her parents
were William George and Mary Jane Bell of Skinningrove.
He is remembered with Honour on the Portsmouth Naval Memorial as well
Skinningrove War Memorial
No body recovered for burial