Would you like to know more about ‘Changing Sudbury’ project, its volunteering opportunities and other ways to be involved? Come and meet us at Willesden Library on Thursday 16th May, 3-4.30pm (please see details at the bottom). We’re hosting an Open Day to answer all your questions and curiosities.
What is ‘Changing Sudbury’?
‘Changing Sudbury’ is a community project aiming to record the social and cultural history of Sudbury Town, Wembley, since the 1950s through to the present day, using a mixture of oral history interviews, an exhibition, booklet, website and a short film. The project will interview older adults and record their memories of the area, collect and display an archive of related material, and disseminate learning experiences for local school aged children and young adults on how their community has developed in the last 60 years. ‘Changing Sudbury’ is a 1-year project, delivered by Sudbury Neighbourhood Centre and supported by The National Lottery Heritage Fund.
How can I contribute?
- Become a volunteer…
We’re recruiting Oral History Volunteers to interview older residents about their memories of the area. A FREE Oral History Training will be provided by the Oral History Society on Wednesday 29th May, 10.00-16.45, at Sudbury Neighbourhood Centre. To know more about the role, please read the role description: 20190425 OH Volunteer UPDATED
- Bring us photographs and objects…
We are uncovering personal archives (photos, clothes, items…) that will show show how Sudbury has changed from the 1950s onwards. To know more please get in touch with Matilde, ‘Changing Sudbury’ Project Manager: T 020 8908 1220, email@example.com
The Library at Willesden Green, 95 High Rd, Willesden, London NW10 2SF. You will find us in the Reading Room, on the Ground Floor. Click here for the website.