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Giddy Brighton


giddyThe Mass Observation Archive is delighted to be supporting the Giddy Brighton project. The project is funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund and aims to collect unusual, hidden and giddy oral histories of people who were aged 14 between 21 in the 40s 50s and 60s in Brighton and Hove.

The project is led by young people from Longhill High School and aims to create a number of digital outputs, including an interactive map and a website that will store oral histories, images and film.

For more information about the project, visit the Giddy Facebook page or read about what happened when students from Longhill visited the Mass Observation Archive

'Grumbles about cakes are far more concerned with how & when to obtain them than with the mere inconvenience or sho… https://t.co/NPUN905ea7
'The difficulties of the peace are going to be far worse than those of war. Millions of houses to build, four milli… https://t.co/imRErrfUYD
Thrilled to hear Lucy Curzon's recent book Mass-Observation and Visual Culture: Depicting Everyday Lives in Britain… https://t.co/6hlFCAOzFW
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