The award-winning Pennoyer Centre is a business, heritage, education and community venue in Pulham St Mary, south Norfolk. Based in a restored 15th Century Guild Chapel and Victorian School, the Centre is open to the public throughout the year.
Dupuytren’s disease is known to be a fairly common problem, often for men and women in their 50s and beyond, but also sometimes for children, that can cause a contraction of one or more fingers into the palm of the hand.
Scream Blue Murder has worked for YOPEY (which stands for Young People of the Year) events since 2008. As a county based programme for young people aged 11-23, the aim of the awards is to reveal, recognise and reward young unsung heroes, promoting their achievements to create positive role models for their peers while also giving a fairer image of young people in the media.
In 2012 and 2014, The Pennoyer Centre in South Norfolk hosted two extraordinary Airship exhibitions to celebrate the local area’s long, and largely forgotten, association with airships. Scream Blue Murder was delighted to help reach new levels of engagement with visitors when we created a series of graphics from a collection of historical photography that had not seen the light of day for many years.