This page is for the events that we do for a single particular purpose, often to celebrate the origin of something or anniversary of an historic event. On the whole we don't do many of this type, but occassionaly a suitable one comes along.
The link under the map will take you to the full size selection, with a list of all the venues down the left hand side to scroll through.
South Killingholme Creek was where the Separatists, who eventually sailed to the New World on the Mayflower, left England for the Amsterdam over 10 years before. The site is now a Conoco Phillips refinery on the Humber Estury and they sponsored this community event to commemorate the 400th anniversary of the escape.
Sir John Deane's College has grown out of a free grammer school set up from a Trust by Sir John Deane in 1557. The College were putting on a big celebration for the 450th anniversary and asked us if we could attend. On the Friday we provided an assortment of street traders out on the college field, and on the Saturday, we provided a re-enactment of some of the Trustees involved in establishing the school.