Events & Activities
Dr Robb Robinson’s lecture, ‘Trawling Through Time: The Story Of Cook, Welton & Gemmell’
Thursday 9th May 2019, 6.30pm at the ss.Great Britain, Bristol.
Get your tickets here.
Throughout the course of the project, we will be showcasing our volunteers’ work and using it to deliver various outreach events and activities including workshops, talks, and an interactive screen display. Finally, the entire project and the ‘story’ of Cook, Welton & Gemmell, will be captured in an exclusive television documentary for broadcast on That’s TV Humber in 2019.
Keep checking this page for updates on our outreach programme as it develops (please note that until confirmed, all our events are subject to change):
‘Trawling Through Time: The Story of Cook, Welton & Gemmell’ – Lecture
Dr Robb Robinson (University of Hull) takes you on a voyage through the 80-year history of the Beverley shipbuilders, during which time 1,317 vessels were built, mostly fishing trawlers, for the major ports of Hull, Grimsby, Fleetwood, Lowestoft and Aberdeen.
- Thursday 9th May 2019, 6.30-7.45pm at the SS.Great Britain, Bristol
- Saturday 25th August 2018, 1pm at the Grimsby Fishing Heritage Centre, Grimsby (EVENT FINISHED)
- Thursday 20th September 2018, 6.30-7.45pm at The Treasure House, Beverley (EVENT FINISHED)
‘Cook, Welton & Gemmell’ Trawler Plans, Digital Display
An interactive display comprising two screens. The first is an interactive touch-screen to showcase some of the digital copies of technical shipbuilding plans, being produced by our volunteers. The second is a video display about the project and the history of the company.
Ran in Autumn 2018, at the Grimsby Fishing Heritage Centre , Grimsby (EVENT FINISHED)
Winter (from 7th December) at The Treasure House, Beverley (EVENT FINISHED)
Spring 2019 (exact dates TBC) at the SS.Great Britain, Bristol
Oral History Focus Group (Event Finished)
A group reminiscence interview led by Dr Alex Ombler (East Riding Archives). Former shipyard workers, trawlermen, and other maritime industry workers or enthusiasts are invited to take part in a walkabout at Grovehill, Beverley, the site of Cook, Welton & Gemmell’s shipyard itself. If you have a story of your own to tell, Get Involved and email us at email@example.com
Friday 10th August 2018, 2.40pm at Grovehill, Beverley (EVENT FINISHED)
‘The Big Draw Meets Trawling Through Time’ Digital Design Activity (makerspace)
Decorate your own ship using digital painting techniques in our activity, based around some of the ships plans digitised by our volunteers. You might even recognise some of these Beverley-built ships as one or two are still around today, including the ‘Arctic Corsair’ and ‘The Yorkshire Belle’ from Bridlington.
Help us to create a fleet of ships on our design walls, which we’ll then add to our Galleries page. You’ll also be able to take a digital and printed copy of your design home with you.
Saturday 20th October, 10am – 3.30pm at The Treasure House, Beverley (EVENT FINISHED)
(FREE – Drop in. Fun for adults & children, including under 5s. Children should be accompanied by an adult.)
‘Archives In 3D: Maritime’, Digital Modelling Workshop
Learn how to create your own digital reconstructions of Hull and East Riding maritime heritage directly from plans, digitised by our volunteers, illustrations and other documents held at East Riding Archives . With Hannah Rice (East Riding Archives).
Saturday 24th November, 10am – 3.30pm at The Treasure House, Beverley (EVENT FINISHED)
‘Trawling Through Time: The Story of Cook, Welton & Gemmell’ TV Documentary
This exclusive TV programme for the Trawling Through Time project will look at the history of the famous Beverley shipbuilders and the vessels it produced, whilst also charting the progress of our project as we develop the company’s legacy – it’s archive- with an intergenerational partnership of volunteers helping to preserve local maritime heritage.
Summer 2019 (exact date of broadcast TBC) on That’s TV Humber
Freeview Channel 7, Virgin 159