Record your heritage!

Free training on oral history, reminiscence and citizen journalism

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Date:

Friday 24 February 2017 10:00am until 2:30 pm

Price:
FREE

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www.cavlp.eventbrite.com


Event's Address:

The Tolbooth, 4 High St, Lanark ML11 7EX

People love hearing stories of local lives and places but these are rarely recorded or written down so are in danger of being lost. This FREE workshop will introduce you to three different ways of capturing these stories - oral history, reminicisence and citizen journalism - so they can be shared with current or future generations. Then you will get a chance to try out on one of these methods in more detail, putting your learning in to practice through interviews. 

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