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Barbara Vesey – Society of the Sacred Heart

07/05/2021

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Barbara Vesey, has worked as the England and Wales provincial archivist for the Society of the Sacred Heart since 2012. Established in the early 19th Century the Society has since been involved in education of girls around the world, and in the UK since 1842.

Barbara talks about engaging with the past and present members of the schools, the notable achievements of the nuns throughout the years, and trying to promote the archive collections whilst remaining sensitive to the values of the Society. Some projects that Barbara has worked on include a Timeline of the Sacred Heart Society, and a joint exhibition with the University of Roehampton on a 300 plaque War Memorial initiated by the Sisters.

Links

Blog: https://aralearning.wordpress.com/2019/11/11/lest-we-forget-sacred-hearts-war-memorial-barbara-vesey/

Barbara Vesey – Society of the Sacred Heart

Barbara Vesey, has worked as the England and Wales provincial archivist for the Society of the Sacred Heart since 2012. Established in the early 19th Century the Society has since been involved in education of girls around the world, and in the UK since 1842.

Barbara talks about engaging with the past and present members of the schools, the notable achievements of the nuns throughout the years, and trying to promote the archive collections whilst remaining sensitive to the values of the Society. Some projects that Barbara has worked on include a Timeline of the Sacred Heart Society, and a joint exhibition with the University of Roehampton on a 300 plaque War Memorial initiated by the Sisters.

Links

Blog: https://aralearning.wordpress.com/2019/11/11/lest-we-forget-sacred-hearts-war-memorial-barbara-vesey/

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