Hello all, we hope you are staying safe and sane. We are still under lockdown for the foreseeable future but as soon as we know what is happening we will let you know. With that in mind we won’t be running this weeks’ walks, and this months’ Old Town Walks. For further information please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com for Museum and History House please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
As winter draws in and the nights get darker and yet more rain falls on us don’t forget the museum and history house will be opening. Check out our opening times on the home page. The museum will change to 11am- 4pm from 1st November.
There are a few events coming up so check out the events page here: https://www.ohps.org.uk/events/
Have you checked out the museum and History House shops for gift ideas? Some gifts can be purchased through the website here: https://www.ohps.org.uk/products-for-sale/products-page/
The last Stade Walks of the season are 23rd & 24th November @ 11am contact details here: https://www.ohps.org.uk/guided-walks/
Our winter opening times are: History House is open Thurs to Sun but will be closed Sundays through Jan & Feb. The Fishermen’s Museum will be open 11-4pm up to end of March
We had the very great pleasure of speaking to Marie Gillooly of the Roscommon Solstice Choir, some time ago. She wanted to use Toilers of the Deep by Eliza Veness in a memorial service. (Please click this Link to their Facebook page for the full story.) Fergus Sweeney very kindly sent us this link to the video Toilers of the Deep Video We feel this poem reaches across time and place and is as relevant now as it was 100 years ago when Eliza originally wrote it.
Copyright remains with Eliza Veness/Hastings Fishermen's Museum for the poem and Copyright remains with Fergus Sweeney for the video. Please ask permission before you share.