If you'd like to be interviewed or volunteer on any of the following projects, please contact us by email or phone us on 0208 5533 116.
MAKING OUR HOME IN CANNING TOWN
THE A-Z OF WOMEN INVENTORS
Hearing the stories of women inventors, and the people whose lives were changed by their inventions.
Get in touch with email@example.com to be involved.
ORAL HSITORY PROJECT
Eleven years on from the demolition of the Clays Lane housing cooperative in Stratford, we are looking to find out what became of the once tight community.
If you were a resident or know someone who was, please call us or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
WORKING FOR EQUALITY:
THE FIGHT FOR FAIR PAY & EQUAL RIGHTS
APPLIANCE OF SCIENCE: WOMEN, THE HOME & DOMESTIC TECHNOLOGY
The story of women in the home in Barking and Dagenham and East London and the impact of domestic technology. Exhibition for hire. Visit the Appliance of Science website here.
MUSIC TEA AND DANCE:
We continue our project bringing isolated elders together over shared experiences of music and dance in Barking & Dagenham, Redbridge, and Havering. More information here.
SURVIVING THE SEA
We are training young volunteers to interview members of the Somali Senior Citizens Social Club (Tower Hamlets) about traveling the world in the merchant navy. Visit the Somali Seafarers website here.
GROWING OLD GRACEFULLY:
25 YEARS OF SUBCO
JOURNEY TO RECOVERY:
NARRATIVES OF ADDICTION
80 YEARS PLAYING
THREE SCORE YEARS AND TEN: HAROLD WOOD
Celebrating 70 years of the NHS with at Havering's Harold Wood Hospital (1909-2006) gathering oral histories from former and current health professionals.