A key part of 2021 for Squeaky Pedal was our involvement in the Gloucester Looking Up project as we created the interactive map, films and 360 tours for the Gloucester History Festival. The hard work and dedication of many people across the project has now been recognised with a nomination for the 'Pandemic Pivot Award'. This award seeks to recognise the innovative and resilient projects that sought to continue public engagement with heritage and culture during the COVID-19 pandemic.
We assembled a crack team for the project which consisted of Squeaky Pedal's Pete Roch and Jason Davidson alongside:
It's an honour to be nominated alongside the other talented people who worked on the Gloucester Looking Up project. It allowed us to be introduced to a wealth of amazing people working for Gloucester's remarkable historic sites and behind the scenes. The relationships we've made have continued up to the present day with lots of new exciting potential projects working with Gloucester in the pipeline.
The awards ceremony will be held on Thursday 1st July at 7pm and hosted by broadcaster and journalist Samira Ahmed. We'll keep our fingers crossed and if you'd like to learn more about the awards please click here.