Ann Ayre Hely, a Crimean War Nurse from Ravenstone, Leicestershire

Ann Ayre Hely

Ann Ayre Hely was born Ann Ayre Bradshaw in Ravenstone, Leicestershire. After the death of her husband she volunteered in 1855 to go out to the East to nurse the sick and injured soldiers of the Crimean War.
In 1897, at the age of 78, she was awarded the Royal Red Cross medal for nursing military personnel.
Ann has now been awarded a Leicestershire County Council Green Plaque. Many thanks to everyone who voted for her.

Ann's Green Plaque

More photographs of the unveiling here.

Find out more about our Ravenstone Project Here

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QUICK FLICKS 2018 Films

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Current Projects 2019

The Ferrers Murder

Earl Ferrers shot and killed his steward in 1760. This film is now complete. Still shots from the film can be seenon our Facebook Page. If you would like the film to be shown to your local group in Leicestershire, contact us on puddingbagproductions@gmail.com

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Thomas Pestell, a 17th-century vicar of Packington

Set in the English Civil Wars and Commonwelath period, we await the outcome of National Lottery Heritage Funding and hope to make this drama film in the summer.

QUICK FLICKS 2019

will be on Thursday 12th September at The Lyric Rooms, Lower Church Street, Ashby de la Zouch.

Free entry but please book via Ashby Tourist Information Centre or email us on puddingbagproductions@gmail.com

Other project news can be seen HERE.

A Step on the Ladder

Our final project in 2018 was a drama about the 1918 General Election, the first in which some women could vote. A preview of the film can be seen here.

 

Success at the Heritage Awards 2018

Plaque .........Certificate

Read more about our success at the Heritage Awards here.

 

 

 
 

 

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