Skip Navigation

The Donnison Heritage, Education and Media Centre

Bringing History Back to Life

Quick Contact

Telephone: 0191 565 4835

Email: info@donnisonschool.org.uk

Find us on Google+

Our Affiliates

Living History North East

Sunderland Heritage Forum

Sunderland Heritage Quarter

Sunderland Old Township History Society

Sunderland Antiquarian Society

The Canny Space

Churches Conservation Trust

Find Us


View Larger Map

Welcome to The Donnison Heritage, Education and Media Centre
Print this page

donnison_school_400

330722_400

group_volunteer_picture_400

 

Please note: Photographs on this site provided by John Brantingham.

Upcoming Events

Life on a ‘74’ in Nelson’s Navy By Jack Curtis

Always popular, a look at early naval history by one of our most enthusiatic speakers.

Monday 23 May 2016

Jack Crawford: Sunderland’s Local Hero. By Stuart Miller

One of Sunderland's best known local characters. Come alond and hear this account from the Battle of Camperdown and before.

Monday 27 June 2016

The Day The German Navy came to Attack Sunderland: 18th August 1916 By Alan Owen

Using his unique research Alan uncovers this extraordinary account of WWI activity off the coast of Sunderland.

Monday 25 July 2016

Wellington’s Secret Victory By Jack Curtis

As always Jack, our local historian brings a unique flavour to this illustrated talk.

Monday 26 September 2016

Norman Kirtlan: Title To Be Confirmed

Norman is always a popular speaker with his grizzly tales.

Monday 31 October 2016

Penshaw Monument By Bernard Hope

John George Lambton (the first Earl of Durham) was a leading politician and Freemason of his day. After his untimely death Penshaw Monument in Sunderland was built in his memory. The story of Lambton’s life and the building of this well known local (

Monday 28 November 2016

View More Events