Young curators want to hear your memories of Wisbech

11:51 01 November 2012

Wisbech Museum.

Wisbech Museum.

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RESIDENTS of Wisbech are invited to Wisbech and Fenland Museum to share their memories, thoughts and photos with the Young Curators Forum. The young curators are asking for local people with knowledge about the town to come along and be interviewed for their ongoing history project.

The youngsters will be showcasing an exhibition in March 2013 about the changes to Wisbech and surrounding areas in the last 100 years.

Interview sessions will take place on Saturday November 17, from 10am to 4pm.

If you have any memories, stories, photos or just general knowledge about the market town, please contact Brandon Mattless through Atelier East or by calling him on 07933616187 to book you slot.

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