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  • Volunteers used the Otley Museum archives to create a digital map showing the address of every person on the town’s war memorial.
  • Young people and communities from the Welsh Valleys uncovered the experiences of Welsh soldiers during the First World War and created digital animations.
  • The 95-mile stretch of Dorset’s Jurassic Coast is England’s only natural World Heritage Site at the heart of which is palaeontological gem of Kimmeridge…
  • The probate records for the Church of England Diocese of Durham, deposited at Durham University Library, date from the mid-sixteenth century to 1858.
  • The National Coal Mining Museum for England (NCMME) led on this project to increase access to a unique coal mining collection and photographic archive.
  • Suffolk at Play was a three year intergenerational reminiscence project aimed at encouraging older adults and young people to share their experiences of childhood…
  • The Rossendale Valley’s fascinating but little known history of footwear manufacturing is now being shared for the first time with a wide and diverse…
  • Screen South used an HLF grant to create an online resource revealing the history of coastal Kent in the First World War and connecting…
  • A rich social archive was preserved for future generations thanks to a community history project across the Borough of Sandwell, West Midlands.
  • This project ensured that the social history of Graylingwell Hospital was captured as the building was redeveloped into residential housing.


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