WACOR

WACOR is a project for the Women’s Tower and stands for “Women And Children Of Rye”.

Have you ever tried Sun Printing?

Have you ever tried Sun Printing?

It’s fun! Artist photographer Tim Mitchell taught children and their parents how to do it. They used plants in the Medieval Garden at the Ypres Tower and created bunting which will be on display when we open the Women’s Tower. Here are some photos taken during the workshops:

First posted in Children at the Museum, Medieval Garden, Past Events, WACOR, Ypres Tower Posts on 11th September 2013
Last updated: 2nd October 2013
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Eight new WACOR events

Eight new WACOR events

Tea, Cakes and Memories: The Multiplier Effect The first Tea, Cakes and Memories event at Tilling Green Community Centre was such a resounding success there are to be not only four more Tea, Cakes and Memory afternoons at the same place, but four Evacuation Stories workshops besides!  These are all sponsored by the WACOR Project,  … read more …

First posted in News, WACOR on 1st April 2013
Last updated: 30th April 2013
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Activities for the Family Diary

Activities for the Family Diary

WACOR Discovery Days and Craft Workshops (and something for parents too) WACOR (Women and Children of Rye) is the Heritage Lottery funded project run by the Rye Museum and Rye Partnership and featuring community heritage learning and engagement. The project aims to work with Rye community as a whole, discovering Rye’s interesting past from the … read more …

First posted in Children at the Museum, East Street Posts, Past Events, WACOR on 21st January 2013
Last updated: 27th March 2013
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Father Christmas Grotto – and More

Father Christmas Grotto – and More

Saturday, December 8th, East Street Rye’s Christmas Event and What’s On at the Museum The Museum and the Rye Partnership team in charge of the WACOR (Women and Children in Rye) at the newly restored Women’s Tower are much involved in planning activities for Rye’s big community celebration of Christmas. The theme is Victorian and … read more …

First posted in Children at the Museum on 1st December 2012
Last updated: 11th December 2012
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