Top Tips for finding your route back to your roots

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In Birmingham the Routes2Roots campaign has been connecting young people to help them explore their heritage, culture and identify through a Young Roots grant. At our final celebration event, back to the beginning, we created this post so we can share all our top tips for a great heritage project- why not add yours

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  1. Encourage young people to use the facilities they have already got as part of the project- Mark, Big Top

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  3. have a really strong partner to work with, city of colours

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  5. communicate with each other, keep to your timings and find people to interview-Barford tigers

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  7. believe in your project, do your research, plan, persevere and be open minded- know the ledge

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  9. seriously have fun and improvise, midland actors theatre

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  11. take your time to do the development and talk to hlf, friction arts

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