Exhibitions - March

From left, pupils Charlie Bowkett and Samuel Ige, School Archivist Stephen Forge, parent volunteer Amanda Warwick, Head of the School's Community Action, Nick Turnbull, Headmaster, Charles Bush and Chairman of the Museum's Management Committee, John Hadman.
From left, pupils Charlie Bowkett and Samuel Ige, School Archivist Stephen Forge, parent volunteer Amanda Warwick, Head of the School's Community Action, Nick Turnbull, Headmaster, Charles Bush and Chairman of the Museum's Management Committee, John Hadman.
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Here’s a complete guide to the exhbitions that are on in the area. If you have any to add, e-mail jeanette.cliffe@jpress.co.uk

Oundle Museum

TWO pupils from Oundle School, Charlie Bowkett, 15, and Samuel Ige, 16, have been working in conjunction with Oundle Museum on a project about sport at the school through the ages.

The boys have focused on the three main sports which Oundle historically offered - rowing, rugby and cricket - and working with school archivist Stephen Forge and parent volunteer Amanda Warwick, Charlie and Sam have produced six display boards with archive images and information along with a display cabinet of artefacts and film footage from the school dating back to 1912.

The display, along with exhibits from Oundle and Prince William schools and various organisations and sports clubs within the town can be seen at the museum in the old Courthouse on Mill Road from tomorrow until November 25. Opening times are Saturdays 11am to 5pm; Sundays and bank holidays 2pm to 5pm. Admission is free.

BLUECOAT PRIMARY SCHOOL - Stamford. Exhibition of photography by A-level students Ben Lake, 17, from New College, Stamford, and Ylana Hunt, 18, from Kings School, Peterborough. Open from 9.30am-11.30am and from 1.30pm-3.30pm until the end of March.

CLARE COTTAGE - Helpston. Exhibition of mixed media art by Mike Webster, until March 31.

RUTLAND COUNTY MUSEUM - exhibition on Langham Village History Group’s research into parish records, land leases, wills, inventories and other documents from life in the 1600s. On display until Saturday next week. Gallery opening times are Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday 10am to 4pm. Admission is free

STAMFORD ARTS CENTRE - Fairtrade exhibition being held tomorrow and Saturday

THE GALLERY - Peterborough. Solo exhibition by Colin Langley opens tomorrow until March 29.

VICTORIA HALL - Oakham. Exhibition by the winners of the Art in Lyddington competition until Sunday. Artists Alan Oliver, Robert Goodwin, Victoria George and Rob Bibby, Open daily from 10am to 4pm and on Sunday from 2pm to 4pm. Admission is free.

USHER GALLERY, LINCOLN - Sculpture Out Of Landscape exhibition by renowned British artists, Richard Long - Stone Circle 1972 and Cornelia Parker’s - Neither From nor Towards. Admission is free and the exhibition will remain on show from until March 25. Admission is free.

Much from Little in Uppingham

RUTLAND project “Much from Little” is taking over 10a High Street East from tomorrow for an exhibition of various themes which relate to the town and county.

“Multi medium” includes themes of peace and war; plastic charity sacks; coloured buckets ; balloons; the credit crunch; Uppingham Lent Fair; pets; paintings and passion.

The exhibition is taking place in one of the empty shops and will run from today until March 10. Donations for exhibition pieces will be gratefully accepted.

“Much from Little” was formed in the ’80s from a group of people who saw the diverse and creativity of the county.