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Written by Terry Bracher. Posted in Uncategorised

SEEME - the future

The HLF funded element of the SEEME project has now finished. However, all the partners involved in the project are determined to continue with our work as a legacy of the original project. We were very pleased to recieve a very positive evaluation of the project so far from heritage profesisonal Alison porter, who we commissioned to evaluate the project activities and outcomes. So please keep a look out for future events and activities.

SEEME documentary film shortlisted for award

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One of the the short animated documentary films created by the SEEME project was short-listed for an award at the Kids for Kids Film competition and hown at the British Film Institute located on the Southbank, London, on Saturday 26th October. Award winning film maker Jamie McDine worked with students Holbrook Primary School, Clarendon Academy and Matravers School on three short animated films based on the stories of elders in our community.

The film created by the Holbrook Primary School students, called 'First Impressions,' has been shortlisted in the 6 -12 years of age category.  See Kids for Kids for further details. Although we did not win, we did get a special mention by the judges and the school received a certificate of attainment. Well done to all involved. 

 

 

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Written by Rose Young. Posted in Uncategorised

I had a lovely weekend yesterday. 

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Contact Us

For further information or to sign-up as a volunteer please contact:

Terry Bracher, Archives & Local Studies Manager, Wiltshire & Swindon History Centre
Tel: 01249 705515
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Eugenia Whitby, Salisbury Playhouse

Tel: 01722 345165

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Written by Rose Young. Posted in Uncategorised

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Oral History

Written by Administrator. Posted in Uncategorised

The main task for the SEE ME project at the moment is to collect the stories of the African-Caribbean community and other Black people who migrated to or were born in Britain during the twentieth century. This generation is ageing and it is important that their stories are recorded before they are lost. If you or someone you know would like to volunteer to tell us your story then please contact us.

We also need volunteers to record the oral testimonies of elders in our communities. If you haven’t done this before, it can be a rewarding experience just listening to peoples stories and knowing that you have recorded them for future generations to listen to, enjoy and learn about our shared heritage.

If you wan’t to get involved, but perhaps don’t feel comfortable interviewing people, we are also keen for volunteers who would like to help transcribe the stories we collect, helping us to make then accessible to a wider audience in a range of formats.

However, if you wish to be involved, we have experts who will provide all the training you need, but it does require some time commitment from you.

To find out more contact us at:

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SEEME Wiltshire
c/o Wiltshire and Swindon Archives
Wiltshire and Swindon History Centre
Cocklebury Road
Wiltshire
SN15 3QN

Telephone: 01249 705515
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