KEEPING WELL IN LEEDS: COMMUNITY REPORTING AND BLOGGING CAN HELP YOU TELL YOUR OWN STORY AND THAT OF OTHERS

David Kay and Gary Copitch from People’s Voice Media attended Heritage Lottery Fund’s Sharing Heritage Launch Event at People’s History Museum in Manchester.
People’s Voice Media has recently received funding to run the “Lost Pubs of Chapel Street, Salford” project.
As part of the Launch Event David Kay of People’s Voice Media was interviewed by BBC Historian Michael Wood.
Michael, Heritage Lottery Fund’s ‘champion’ for the new programme, said:
“We have already seen just how much people want to be able to delve into their local history and what those fascinating explorations can reveal. Community projects from last year are now underway including the lost pubs of Salford that were once at the very heart and soul of the town. I can’t wait to hear about the surprising stories that will come out of this new scheme. It’s the people who own history and this is a great opportunity to…

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