Come and visit Southampton’s Ocean Cruise Terminal for a two day festival celebrating the region’s maritime heritage! Join in the 1940s theme with heritage exhibitions, stalls and live music, come dancing or take a trip on a classic boat. Throughout the day and into the evening, dozens of live performances will be provided by brass, pipe, 1940s swing and rock bands. The day long flow of music will be interspersed with the melodic tones of choirs, sea shanties and punctuated by vintage maritime steam whistles. Step into the past and see Southampton’s Docklands come alive!
Book your Free Place now SHAPe Question Time: Ideas for the Future of Arts and Heritage in Southampton Thursday 15 November 2012 from 16.00 to 18.00 (GMT)
Southampton, UK, Solent University Conference Centre, Sir James Mathews Building.
We are seeking applications for the position of Accounts and Administrative Assistant. The post involves a variety of duties including the provision of administrative and financial support to the charity and its subsidiary trading company Maritime Archaeology Limited on a day-to-day basis. Experience in working with Sage Accounting and basic bookkeeping skills are required.
The Hampshire & Wight Trust for Maritime Archaeology (HWTMA) has received initial support from the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) for the Forgotten Wrecks of World War One: Remembering and commemorating through archaeology project. The project aims to raise public awareness of the Great War’s maritime conflict through the discovery, exploration and promotion of the wreck remains hidden within and around the waters of Southern England.