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17th CENTURY EXHIBITION
A DISPLAY of 17th century life in Langham can be seen at Rutland County Museum until tomorrow.
Parish registers, which date from 1559, are on display. These have been loaned by the Record Office for Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland.
A copy of a map of the parish prepared in 1624 by the Exton Estate can also be seen along with a rolling digital presentation of Langham’s wider history.
The exhibition is comprised of material from a much larger exhibition held in Langham in 2009 as part of a research project funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund.
The resulting, much acclaimed book, The Life and Families of 17th Century Langham will be on sale at the museum for those who wish to delve more deeply. Langham Village History Group’s research into parish records, land leases, wills, inventories and other documents have provided a fascinating insight into life the 1600s including: the role of the church; the state and the Lord of the Manor; education, farming; transport and charities and other aspects of rural life. Opening times are Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday 10am to 4pm. Admission is free
BLUECOAT PRIMARY SCHOOL - Stamford. 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.
OUNDLE MUSEUM - Sporting Oundle until November 25. Artefacts and film footage from Oundle School dating back to 1912 and displays by schools, organisations and sports clubs in the town. Admission free.
THE GALLERY - Peterborough – Solo Exhibition by Colin Langley until March 29.
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 until March 25. Admission is free.
The National Centre for Craft and Design in Sleaford – Transplantation, an exhibition of narrative contemporary jewellery can be seen at The National Centre for Craft and Design in Sleaford until April 29.
The exhibition explores the sense of place and cultural identity through the theme of Transplantation.
Artists based in the UK and Australia have explored their own sense of place and individual cultural identity as a consequence of their personal and family experiences.