A Heritage Lottery funded project to identify, promote and celebrate the industrial heritage of the River Tame. The Tame has the largest urban catchment, flowing past 1.77 million people on its way from the Black Country, through North Birmingham towards its confluence with the River Trent.
We are seeking people who would like to work with us to explore the part industry played in their local area along the river.
This is an opportunity to receive training in research, oral history and archiving from the Library of Birmingham, and be part of a wider project celebrating the river and its industrial heritage.
Jenni Dixon firstname.lastname@example.org or 07539 782841
Sally Robertshaw 0121 348 7980