Train with a professional from the oral history society

30 Jan 2018 - 30 Apr 2018

Flexible learning and practical experience over a four month period.

M Shed

Princes Wharf,
Wapping Rd,

exhibition at mshed featuring modern guild banner in red

If you would like to be part of a groundbreaking disability, heritage and community project then get in touch to find out more. You will:

  • Receive Oral History training
  • Be part of a team collecting stories and opinions
  • Contribute to an important national project
  • Receive support in researching and archiving

Accentuate History of Place have been researching the Guild of the Brave Poor things in Bristol and have created an exhibition, a game and a film from the findings.

Collect memories and stories of disability history in Bristol.

Help people share their thoughts on issues around disability.

Create a legacy for the future.

If you join the project, you will train with a professional from the Oral History society on January 30th. You’ll then be part of a team based mainly at the M shed Bristol. The project will end in April 2018.

The work will be flexible and we will endeavour to reach all access needs. Please get in touch with any requirements.

Please get in touch with Grace to discuss this opportunity:

Call: 077568429592


Write: C/O Wecil Ltd, The Vassall centre, Gill Avenue, Bristol, BS16 2QQ