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Cherry Willingham Community School Year 9 projects 2012. Four projects for Year 9 students - about the village of Cherry Willingham - and being organised in partnership with: Representatives of CW Parish Council Members of the CW2020 Steering Group Members of CW Heritage Group

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Cherry willingham community school year 9 projects 2012

Cherry Willingham Community School

Year 9 projects 2012

  • Four projects for Year 9 students - about the village of Cherry Willingham - and being organised in partnership with:

  • Representatives of CW Parish Council

  • Members of the CW2020 Steering Group

  • Members of CW Heritage Group

  • and supported by

  • Mary Porter from Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust

  • Alex Thornton from Historical Environment Records (LCC)


Cherry willingham community school year 9 projects 2012

Cherry Willingham Community School Year 9 projects 2012

Project 4 Compilation of Village Heritage/History

9.05–9.30: Introduction to the project and the outside visit

9.30-11: Walk around the village to learn about the various older buildings/sites and their history.

11-11.30: Break

11.30-12: Full year briefing on all four projects

12-1.30: In small groups meet residents who have lived in the village for a long time to learn how it has developed over the last 50/60 years and to record their experiences either in writing or digitally.

Introduction to a time-line from Iron Age through Roman, Anglo-Saxon, mediaeval to the present day including relationship to Lincoln and River Witham

1.30-2.15: Lunch

2.15-3.15: Review and record first day activities and think about the next

steps for day 2


Cherry willingham community school year 9 projects 2012

Cherry Willingham Community School Year 9 projects 2012

Project 4 Compilation of Village Heritage/History

Project Aim: To research the history and heritage of the village and devise means of recording the results for later presentation

  • Understand what is currently known about the history of Cherry Willingham and its context in the surrounding area against a time-line.

  • Undertake further research via the internet and by contact with e.g. the County Archives, Heritage Lincolnshire, the Society for Lincolnshire History & Archaeology and the Collection.

  • Carry out interviews with older residents of the village to record their recollection of more recent history.

  • Collate all this information and record it, with its sources, in a form that can be indexed and accessed electronically.


Cherry willingham community school year 9 projects 2012

Cherry Willingham Community School Year 9 projects 2012

Project 4 Compilation of Village Heritage/History

History of the village in two major stages


Cherry willingham community school year 9 projects 2012

Ordnance Survey map from 1907

Notice how small the village is!


Cherry willingham community school year 9 projects 2012

Road map from 2012

Notice how the village has grown!


Cherry willingham community school year 9 projects 2012

Cherry Willingham Community School Year 9 projects 2012

Project 4 Compilation of Village Heritage/History

History of the village in two major stages

Cherry Willingham

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}A very small village

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}Growth to some

}1,600 houses and

}3,500 people


Cherry willingham community school year 9 projects 2012

Cherry Willingham Community School Year 9 projects 2012

Project 4 Compilation of Village Heritage/History

Outside visit:Walk around the village to look for older sites and houses and to record them on a map

  • You will be divided into several smaller groups each to be accompanied by an adult

  • You will be going on a walk around parts of Cherry Willingham armed with some photos and a map


Cherry willingham community school year 9 projects 2012

Old House

Building

Artefacts

  • The photos are largely of buildings/sites that are part of the village’s older history prior to World War 2

  • You may also take your own photos of them and note any questions you may have for later research

  • At all times you must stay in your groups and with your adult – do not wander off on your own


Cherry willingham community school year 9 projects 2012

Cherry Willingham Community School Year 9 projects 2012

Project 4 Compilation of Village Heritage/History

Meeting residents:To hear and record their stories of the changing face of the village in the last 50/60 years

  • You will be divided into smaller groups to listen to one of our visiting residents as they tell their story

  • Listen to them and either write down some notes of what they say or record them electronically if available

  • Feel free to ask them questions to clarify what they have told you

  • Depending on time, you may move on to another resident and repeat the process with them

  • Remember the aim is to capture their stories so that you can compile them into a record later

  • Share some important things you have learned and ask any further questions before we thank our visitors


Cherry willingham community school year 9 projects 2012

Cherry Willingham Community School Year 9 projects 2012

Project 4 Compilation of Village Heritage/History

Time-line: To begin to think about the history of the village against a time-line

  • Remember what we said this morning about the growth of the village in the last few years


Cherry willingham community school year 9 projects 2012

Ordnance Survey map from 1907


Cherry willingham community school year 9 projects 2012

Road map from 2012


Cherry willingham community school year 9 projects 2012

Cherry Willingham Community School Year 9 projects 2012

Project 4 Compilation of Village Heritage/History

Time-line: To begin to think about the history of the village against a time-line

  • Short presentation on the periods we shall be looking at and why

  • Try and fit some vey well known historical events into the time-line


Cherry willingham community school year 9 projects 2012

Cherry Willingham Community School Year 9 projects 2012

Project 4 Compilation of Village Heritage/History

Let us try and fit in a few example entries

A. Date of Norman conquest – Battle of Hastings

B. New church in Cherry

C. Fiskerton canoes

D. Start of Lincoln cathedral

E. Domesday book


Cherry willingham community school year 9 projects 2012

Cherry Willingham Community School Year 9 projects 2012

Project 4 Compilation of Village Heritage/History

Let us try and fit in a few example entries

A. Date of Norman conquest – Battle of Hastings

B. New church in Cherry

C. Fiskerton canoes

D. Start of Lincoln cathedral

E. Domesday book


Cherry willingham community school year 9 projects 2012

Cherry Willingham Community School Year 9 projects 2012

Project 4 Compilation of Village Heritage/History

Review: What have we learned today and what will we be doing next time

  • Spend a few minutes in small groups just noting down the important things you have learned today

  • We share with each other some of these

  • Next time we will be look in more detail at this historical data, selecting what we think is important and agreeing how we will present this to residents on the third day

  • What have we recorded that will help us in this task?


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