CHELMSFORD LIVES With Stephen Norris and David Jones

With Stephen Norris and David Jones

From Friends of Chelmsford Museum have kindly agreed to come along and explain about the Project and play recordings of recent interesting interviews of local residents describing their childhood and what it is like growing up in Chelmsford

Do you have memories of Chelmsford from the late 1940’s to the late 1970’s?
Did you work in the town then?
Would you like to share with future generations?
Do you have Childhood memories of Chelmsford?
The team would be pleased to hear from you if you would care to be interviewed. Please contact us through our website.

Wednesday 7 February 2018

1.30pm for 2.00-3.00pm
Galleywood Heritage Centre, Chelmsford, CM2 8TR
(Refreshments available at half time)

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