Get to know about some of our favourite pastime legacy projects we’ve had the pleasure to work on here. 

Watch Home From Home Now.

We’re so proud of this legacy project home from home,produced in 2016.

In 2016, 20Twenty Productions produced a half-length feature film that dramatised the story of how children were evacuated to Chatteris during World War 2.

The film was funded by the Heritage Lottery and developed with local young people. This enabled all involved to learn a great deal more about what life was like in rural Britain during the 1940s and what life may have been like for young people who were forced to leave their homes and continue life with a new family in a strange place.

We are very proud of this film and it remains an ideal resource for schools to teach pupils about World War 2.

Stonea Camp.

Working in partnership with Fenland Bushcraft and Heritage Culture and Community, a local heritage group, we were able to deliver three heritage events in Stonea Camp. Stonea is a Roman and Celtic site located between Wimblington and Manea in Fenlan. The heritage days welcomed over 200 children to the site. The children had the opportunity to learn from a range of reenactors including Romans, Celts and Saxons. They also learnt how to make fire. They worked with Cambridgeshire Archeologists and watched a wonderful flying display of birds.

Young Criminals In Wisbech – Early 1900’s

In Autumn 2017, Year 4 children from Peckover Academy attended a fascinating exhibition, in Wisbech Museum’s library, about child convicts imprisoned during the 1900s. They researched each juvenile convicts after which they created a very moving short film about them. This detailed their (by comparison) minor crimes and (by comparison) harsh punishments. There was an overwhelmingly harsh and unjust comparison to modern day punishments.

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