Burwell Millennium Wall Panel Project

This Community Based Arts Project celebrating life in Burwell at the time of the Millennium is now complete

After starting life as little more than an idea to celebrate the Millennium, the project was completed and revealed on 19th July 2001. A grant from East Cambridgeshire District Council funded the developmental stage of the project. Local artist Zoe Chamberlain worked with Burwell residents of all ages to generate ideas and themes for a permanent wall based feature at the entrance of the Village College. This was achieved through a number of workshop sessions and an open day.

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Hazel Williams
(District Councillor)
Zoe Chamberlain
(Artist)
Barry Dowler
(College Warden)

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Invitation to a
COMMUNITY CONSULTATION
Relating to a planning proposal for land at Weirs Drove, Burwell
Tuesday 5th December 2017
Drop in any time between 2pm & 7pm
Mandeville Hall, Burwell, CB25 0AR
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Residents Against Dirty Energy (RADE) Burwell
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