Consultation: Online access to our Hidden-Histories archive
We are in the process of developing a digital platform to access our archive collections. If you would like to take part in a two minute survey to help us understand what would be useful to include in the site for a range of different and diverse audiences, please click on the link below
Tubular Bells and Copper Flowers Project
Look out for our banners in Newham parks and The Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. The artwork for the banners, created by community groups including: SubCo Trust Elders, aaa zone Transitional Art Group, Keir Hardie Children's Centre, and Selywn Primary School; was inspired by the experiences of people who took park in the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Opening ceremonies. Audio clips from the interviews with 2012 volunteers, along with a co created podcast can be accessed by using the QR code on the corner of the banners.
The Becoming Becontree website is now live. In order to celebrate the centenary of the first residents moving into the Becontree Estate in 1921, we carried out oral history interviews with current and former residents. The website which features an online exhibit, is based on the oral histories we collected. Please click here to view the website.
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