Women’s History Network Community History Prize, 2023. There were some excellent entries for the Community History Prize with some wonderful, creative projects. The judges awarded joint first prize to ‘Women listening to women’ and ‘Indian women at war’. ‘Herstory.York’ was commended for its impact on a small budget. ‘Women listening to women’ was commended for […]
Councillor Claire Douglas (Labour) has become the first woman to lead the unified authority in York. Claire said “I want there to be a majority of women on the Executive, then women can feel confident that their voices are being listened to in York” Source: York Press 6 May 2023
Yes, we know, people should be encouraged to think about women’s history generally, not just at specific times! Anyway, we have produced a downloadable poster which we hope you will print off and display.
We’re happy to announce that we have produced a digital resource based on our website and exhibition materials. Thanks to funding from the National Lottery Heritage Fund and York Rotary this educational resource is also being distributed (free) – in a book format – to all schools and libraries in York. […]
Absolutely delighted by the Lionesses win in the UEFA EUROs. The last time an England team won a major football tournament in 1966 women were still banned from playing football. Check out one of our 100 Women Changemakers, the inspirational footballer, AMY TYRO!
Students from the University of York have been working with the Herstory.York project and York Castle Museum gathering the ‘herstories’ of women who made an impact during the reign of Queen Victoria.
The HERSTORY.YORK exhibition opens at the Castle Museum, York during York International Women’s Week 2022. Philip Newton, Community Engagement Researcher at York Museums Trust said: “We are honoured to be working with HERSTORY.YORK on this exhibition and are proud to bring such a meaningful and inspiring display to our visitors. The HERSTORY.YORK project is an […]
Funded by the National Lottery Heritage Fund and York Rotary, the exhibition will open on 9 March 2022 during York International Women’s Week. It will celebrate 100 inspirational women who, from 1918 to 2018, have made a difference to the city of York and whose stories have not been told or only partially told. This […]
Herstory.York have been awarded a grant by the National Lottery Heritage Fund. This funding will allow us to build on the work of the project, in particular to develop a book and educational resources in partnership with local history teachers through Yorkclio.
Two fantastic articles by York Press who have reported on Herstory.York as an epic and unique project which has documented the lives of 100 women who have helped ‘shape the York we know today’