Our stock includes several DVDs which relate to displays in our permanent exhibition, such as:
Forgotten Workers, the story behind the tied employment of women in agriculture in Northumberland in the 19th century.
Any Man’s Kingdom Northumberland in 1953, about rural life in Northumberland
In addition, we sell a number of DVDs which have been produced by the Museum as a result of Heritage Lottery Funded work with various groups in the community. See:
Where We Live, the result of collaboration between Bailiffgate Museum and the residents of Percy Terrace in Alnwick.
Lads and Lassies , which includes footage of the annual Shrove Tide football match between the parishes of St Michael and St Paul first recorded as taking place in 1788, with its own unique goals and rules and:
Our Northumberland Singing Heritage, which details another heritage outreach project that celebrated and encouraged the sharing of traditional songs. It records the beautiful summer’s day in June 2010 when the Museum took a bus of musicians and singers up Coquetdale, culminating with footage from a family ceilidh.
For information on any item, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org