Greenfield Arts would like to invite you to share your stories as part of a project celebrating Shildon’s rich and significant heritage.

Project leaders Katy Milne, Director of Greenfield Arts, and designer, Nic Golightly, invite you to join them at a drop in session at Shildon Library on Tuesday 12th November between 10:30 – 14:00. If you would like to find out more, would like to contribute or share your experiences of living or working in Shildon, please come along and be part of an exciting project. ‘We have met so many fantastic people so far and heard so many extraordinary stories. We want to continue to hear from the amazing people who live and work in the area and make great things happen, making Shildon the extraordinary place that it is,’ said Katy.

Shildon in Motion will culminate in a new artwork design for the Shildon station in Spring 2020. The project is supported by Northern Heartlands which is one of 16 Great Place Schemes in England, funded by National Lottery Heritage Fund and Arts Council England and the Bishop Rail Community Partnership. The Bishop Line is the railway line which runs between Darlington and Bishop Auckland. The service is designated by the Department for Transport as Community Rail. Follow our blog to find out more , call into our drop in session or contact Greenfield Arts for further information