Last week Sue from the Cleveland Show talked about the show’s history, and so we thought it was only fitting that we do a recap of this year’s show. For many of us on the Askham Bryan College at Stewart Park team, this was our first time holding a stall at the show and even the rain couldn’t dampen our spirits! Continue reading “The Cleveland Show Round Up!”
First things first, introductions: my name is Phil Brown and I am one of the volunteers working on the Central Lodge Project. I’m a recent history graduate and I’m here to talk about all of the weird and wonderful things that I got up to as a volunteer on this project.
I first got involved in this project on a very cold morning in late January. Through a family member who works at the college I had heard that they were looking for people to come and help out with various conservation tasks that were linked to the project. Well one thing led to another and soon I found myself wearing a hard hat, safety boots and more warm layers than your average arctic explorer climbing up a rickety staircase with a clipboard and camera on my way to look for graffiti in the attic of the Central Lodge.