Event: Digital Collection Afternoon: Rumble Museum, 2 November, 2-5pm

Do you have a story and/or photographs or other items connected to
women in your family or community who have done something pioneering in
their lives?

The Rumble Museum is holding a digital collection afternoon to preserve
these stories, memories, and objects connected to women’s lives and
rights over the last 100 years. We are also looking for World War
One and World War Two artefacts and stories. We will record your story
or photograph any objects and these will be uploaded to a national
online database. The website will be freely available to anyone to use
and will preserve these objects and documents.

Please come along to the school Library with your objects between 2 and
5pm on Friday 2nd November, 2018. We will have experts on hand to help
to give you more information on the items. There will also be
artefact-handling, refreshments and an opportunity to talk to members
from the wider community.

For more information, please contact lorna@irisproject.org.uk
Please contact us in advance with rough details of what you will be
bringing along.

Further details here

This is part of a national project called ‘Lest We Forget’
co-ordinated by the University of Oxford – see