The From Town to Town project is proud to be working in partnership with a number of different organisations across Nuneaton.   Many thanks to all involved, without you none of this would be possible!

Nuneaton Town Supporters’ Co-operative

Nuneaton Town Supporters’ Co-operative is a Co-operative and Community Benefit Society whose aims and objectives include gaining influence within Nuneaton Town FC and building relationships with both supporters and the local community.  The NTSC was responsible for securing the Heritage Lottery funding and has been working tirelessly to bring the project to fruition.

Nuneaton Town Football Club

It was way back in 1889 that the history of senior football in the town was about to change forever. We now know that that was the beginning of Nuneaton Town FC, as we know it today.

The 2014/15 season marked 125 years since our forefathers, Nuneaton St.Nicholas, were formed. This milestone was the catalyst for the Supporters Co-operative to launch their ‘From Town to Town’ Project to chart the history of the Club.

Nuneaton Town FC are extremely proud of our heritage and our place in both the town’s history and in its future. We would like to thank the Supporters’ Co-operative for all their hard work and the club will continue to support this fantastic community project.

North Warwickshire and Hinckley College

We have been working with talented students from North Warwickshire and Hinckley College to conduct interviews with former players, supporters and others with links to the Club.  Special thanks to Spintop Media (students from the college’s commercial divison), who have produced our branding and this website.

Nuneaton Museum & Art Gallery

Nuneaton Museum & Art Gallery is a living museum which uses and develops its collections to strengthen local communities, explore life in the past and present, expand horizons and offer inspiration, learning and enjoyment. It has three galleries which house regularly changing temporary and touring art exhibitions. There are also permanent galleries devoted to displays of George Eliot, local history and art. The Museum also hosts a regular programme of children’s activities, Family Event Days and Lunchtime Talks.

Admission is free

Nuneaton Library and Information Centre

Warwickshire Library and Information Service offers library services to anyone living or working in Warwickshire. Membership is free. Services include access to a wide range of fiction and non-fiction material for all ages in large print and audio. Books in languages other than English are available along with e-books and e-audio books. Books can be ordered and renewed on-line, 24 hours a day.

Material reflecting Warwickshire’s past and present can be found in libraries across the county but particularly in libraries with Local Studies Collections. Several libraries in the county including Nuneaton have special Local Studies Collections. Material collected includes, books, photographs, ephemera, historical runs of local newspapers, cuttings, dissertations, illustrations, reports, census information, parish registers, surveys and programmes etc Access to is also available for free in libraries. For information about any aspect of Warwickshire’s history, libraries are a good place to start!

Chilvers Coton Heritage Centre

Formerly a school, Chilvers Coton Heritage Centre is a Grade II Listed Building, with an extensive collection of documents, photographs and artefacts. A large number of local user groups hire rooms for meetings, and local schools take advantage of the Beryl Kerby  Schoolroom for Victorian lessons.

Oak Wood Secondary School

Oak Wood Secondary School provides education for children with complex learning difficulties.  Through the From Town to Town project, a class of pupils in Year 10 learnt how to record and edit interviews.  The pupils then visited the Club and interviewed a player, the manager and some supporters.  Later, some more supporters attended a whole-school event, showing memorabilia to over 100 pupils in a morning, which was filmed by the Year 10 pupils.  The smelling cubes (with scents like the trophy room and the pitch), pre-decimal coins and the noisy wooden rattle all proved very popular!

The Year 10 pupils also worked with students from North Warwickshire and Hinckley College to edit the final materials, which were shown to Oak Wood pupils’ parents.

Nuneaton Folk Club

Geoff Veasey is a singer-songwriter with two album credits and experience of Performing Arts at venues across the Midlands. He has also taught English and Drama and run a choir. He was Press Officer of Nuneaton Borough Supporters Trust and is a Life Member of Nuneaton Town Supporters’ Co-operative. He is the founder, organiser and resident compere of Nuneaton Folk Club.

Dare2Dream Foundation

The Dare2Dream Foundation are a not for profit organisation whose ethos is to is raise aspirations  and improve life opportunities for children, young people and the wider community