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The Gloucester Project wins an Award

The winner of the University of East Anglia’s Vice Chancellor’s Outstanding Achievement Award for Innovation and Impact in 2023 is Professor Claire Jowitt, Dr Benjamin Redding and colleagues from across the university, Norfolk Historic Shipwrecks, Norfolk Museums Service, and The Gloucester 1682 Trust for ‘Launching the Gloucester: A Norfolk Heritage Project with National and International Reach …

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A short film of the exhibition The Last Voyage of the Gloucester: Norfolk’s Royal Shipwreck 1682

We are delighted to present a short film of the brilliant exhibition The Last Voyage of the Gloucester – Norfolk’s Royal Shipwreck  which was held last year at Norwich Museum.  Nearly 70,000 people visited the exhibition including TRH the Duke and Duchess of Gloucester.   The exhibition was curated by Norfolk Museums Service, the University of …

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The Gloucester Project Wins Vice Chancellor’s Award for Outstanding Achievement in Innovation and Impact (2023

Professor Claire Jowitt and colleagues, including Dr Ben Redding, from the University of East Anglia were delighted to win the Vice Chancellor’s Award for Outstanding Achievement in Innovation and Impact for their project ‘Launching the Gloucester: A Norfolk Heritage Project with National and International Reach and Significance’. This prestigious award is given annually to the …

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A Visit to the Mary Rose

It was an enormous privilege for the Trustees and others involved with the Gloucester 1682 Trust to spend a day visiting the Mary Rose where we toured the museum and benefited from fascinating behind-the-scenes sessions.  We learned a great deal about their experience and expertise in preserving the heritage of the world-famous Mary Rose which …

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Mary Rose Trust’s CEO Visits ‘The Last Voyage of the Gloucester, 1682: Norfolk’s Mary Rose’ Exhibition

On 8th September 2023 the Gloucester 1682 Trust’s Chairman General Lord Richard Dannatt welcomed Dominic Jones CEO of the Mary Rose Trust to Norwich Castle. Dominic was then shown round the exhibition ‘The Last Voyage of the Gloucester, 1682: Norfolk’s Mary Rose’ by the wreck’s finders Julian Barnwell and Lincoln Barnwell from Norfolk Historic Shipwrecks, …

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