The Cinderloo project and the story of the events of 1821 have been grabbing the attention of local media. Last night (Sunday 17th February) Dawley band, Savannah were invited to perform three songs live on the Genevieve Tudor Folk Show on BBC Radio Shropshire. This included their song “We’ve had enough” about the Cinderloo Uprising. Andrew Howe joined the show to talk about the project.
If you missed it, you can listen to the broadcast for a limited period here.
The Shropshire Star and Wrekin News have both featured the project in several articles in recent months. You can read some of them via the links below:
Group given £10,000 to commemorate Telford uprising, 7th February 2019
Pit pony leads way for Dawley walk to mark Cinderloo uprising, 18th January 2019
The riot that Telford forgot: New group trying to raise awareness of Cinderloo uprising, 6th October 2019
Back in May 2018, the Wrekin News published this fabulous ghost story set in the Forge Retail park written by Paul Walsh with artwork by Andrew Naylor: Riot on the Retail Park Wrekin News
And from the February 2019 edition:
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