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Our project "Thomas Pestell, a 17th-Century Vicar of Packington" in 2019 was supported by the National Lottery Heritage Fund

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QUICK FLICKS 2019

Took place on 12th September and 25th October 2019
Details of the films shown can be seen here.
If you would like any of our films to be shown to your group, or if you are interested in taking part in one of our projects, please contact us at puddingbagproductions@gmail.com
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New and upcoming projects

Charles and Mary

Another project with Grace Dieu Manor School, this will be the story of Charles and Mary Booth. Charles was famous for his great survey of poverty in London at the end of the 19th Century and for his "poverty maps". His wife Mary also played a large part in his work. Charles and Mary lived in Grace Dieu Manor for many years.

The Witches of Belvoir

The true story of Joan Flower and her daughters who were accusing of causing the death of the two sons of the Earl and Countess of Rutland at Belvoir Castle in the early 17th century. Palitoy

As part of Coalville Heritage Group's project commemorating this great Coalville toy manufacturer, we will be making a series of short documentaries about the company.
Other project news can be seen HERE.

Success at the Heritage Awards 2018

Plaque .........Certificate

Read more about our success at the Heritage Awards here.

 

 

 
 

 

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