A fully illustrated talk by sculptor Peter Naylor on the making of the sculpture ‘gone:fishing’, the lost Trawlermen of hull memorial. Tickets available from Little Weighton Post Office or Prue Campbell on 01482 844461


Peter Naylor is a local artist who grew up in Hull and is now based in Beverley. He has been responsible for the design and creation of a number of British memorials including those to 158 Squadron Bomber Command at Lissett and to the Women’s Land Army on the Moray coast of Scotland. The Lost Trawlermen of Hull Memorial was unveiled in 2017 and his talk about it is entitled “Gone: Fishing”, which is a play on words at several levels.
“Gone: Fishing”
This is a fully illustrated talk on the making of the Lost Trawlermen of Hull Memorial.
The memorial was unveiled on Sunday February 12th 2017 by the Archbishop of York, the Most Reverend and Right  Honourable Doctor John Sentamu.
The talk deals with the background research into the fishing industry, the designing of the sculptures, winning the commission and then the construction process, installation and unveiling of the memorial.
As with Peter’s other talks, this appeals to anyone with interests in history, art, engineering and simply the human condition.




Feb 07 2020


7:30 pm - 10:00 pm

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