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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.


WORKING FOR EQUALITY: THE FIGHT FOR FAIR PAY & EQUAL RIGHTS

In partnership with the East End Women's Museum, we will collect the stories of working women's struggles in Barking and Dagenham to produce an exhibition and short film.

APPLIANCE OF SCIENCE: WOMEN, THE HOME & DOMESTIC TECHNOLOGY

The story of women in the home in Barking and Dagenham and East London and of the impact of domestic technology.

Exhibition available for hire.



MUSIC TEA AND DANCE:

REMINISCENCE SESSIONS

We continue our project bringing isolated elders together over shared experiences of music and dance in Barking & Dagenham, Redbridge, Havering. More information here.

SOMALI SEAFARERS:

SURVIVING THE SEA

We are training  young Somali volunteers to interview members of the Somali Senior Citizens Social Club (Tower Hamlets) about traveling the world in the merchant navy.



GROWING OLD GRACEFULLY:

25 YEARS OF SUBCO

To celebrate SubCo's service to the Asian community of Newham, we will collect oral histories, train volunteers in heritage skills, creating a pop-up gallery and memory quilt. 

 JOURNEY TO RECOVERY:

NARRATIVES OF ADDICTION  

Journey to Recovery will record the life histories of service users, and of their key workers, at R3 ETE (Education, Training & Employment) in the London Borough of Redbridge.



 80 YEARS PLAYING

IN LEYTON

Working with students from Leyton Orient Trust, we will record Leyton's changing landscape over the past 80- years through the stories of supporters and local residents. 

THREE SCORE YEARS AND TEN: HAROLD WOOD

Celebrating 70 years of the NHS with  the history of Havering’s Harold Wood Hospital (1909-2006, gathering the oral histories of former and current health care professionals.



TALKING SPORT 

Young people will be trained in multimedia and produce a short film on people's memories of sport and of the 2012 Olympic Games.

PLASHET PARK

A project gathering the memories of people who lived in East Ham and visited Plashet Park at different times.




Eastside Community Heritage, Parish Centre, Cardinal Heenan Centre, 326 High Road, Ilford, Essex, IG1 1QP

Registered charity (1071668) and company limited by guarantee (3509623)

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