A Festival of Landmark

Friday 18 September 2020

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Festival on Landmark People and Places blue tent icon  Music tent

Videos

Podcasts


  • Anthem from Lundy

    Lundy seal

    In 2015 the Landmark Trust celebrated its 50th Anniversary with 25 performances from community groups across the country, of a specially commissioned anthem by Kerry Andrew. Click below to hear the anthem as performed on Lundy by Shake a Leg.

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  • Anthem from West Blockhouse

    West Blockhouse

    In 2015 the Landmark Trust celebrated its 50th Anniversary with 25 performances from community groups across the country, of a specially commissioned anthem by Kerry Andrew. The links below will take you to the anthem performed by Carmarthen Symphonic Wind Band at West Blockhouse, Pembrokeshire.

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  • Anthem from Old Parsonage

    Old Parsonage, Oxford

    In 2015 the Landmark Trust celebrated its 50th Anniversary with 25 performances from community groups across the country, of a specially commissioned anthem by Kerry Andrew. Here we listen to the anthem as performed at The Old Parsonage in Iffley, Oxfordshire by local group, Joined Up Singing.

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Help us celebrate the history of Winsford Cottage Hospital through song

2020 is The Year of the Nurse and the Midwife and to celebrate this we will be working with Wren Music to write a song to celebrate the amazing work that our healthcare professionals do.

Originally planned as a physical workshop due to take place this spring, we have now moved the workshops online, and hope this means it is more accessible to anyone who wishes to participate. There will be five workshops taking place via Zoom and a special teaching platform called Teachable, with the first starting on Monday 28th September 7-8pm. Full instructions will be given and there is no need to attend all sessions; no prior experience of music making is required and all the sessions are FREE!

If you'd like to participate, please sign up here.
All being well, we will perform the song during our virtual open day weekend on the 7th and 8th November.