ORAL HISTORY ACTIVISM
Funded by Trust For London, this 18 month long project will support residents in Barking Thames Ward to use stories past and present to influence the future of a fast developing area. Starting in January 2019, Eastside will develop new methodologies to promote community organising and make an impact.
Funded by the Family Fund, we will work with six primary schools and parents, to share cultural heritage and nursery rhymes from around the world. In line with the Mayor of London's Integration Strategy, we hope to build stronger relationships with parents and schools.
This project funded by the East End Community Foundation, will uncover the story of how changing communities in Stratford have seen changing diets. Using community gardening and cooking, we will gather the memories and recipes of local residents past and present.
Eastside Community Heritage, Parish Centre, Cardinal Heenan Centre, 326 High Road, Ilford, Essex, IG1 1QP
Registered charity (1071668) and company limited by guarantee (3509623)