Flood victims set to relive their experiences
FLOOD victims will be asked to relive their experiences of the events of 2007 from Monday.
A new project has been set up with the aim of capturing the stories of people's lives that were affected by the catastrophic floods which affected Gloucestershire.
Hundreds of people throughout the county were forced to leave their homes when flood water raged through towns and villages in July of that year.
The first event on Monday will capture the memories of Tewkesbury residents and turn them into digital stories.
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It will take place at the Gloucester Archives, at Clarence Row, in Alvin Street, from 10am until 3pm.
It will be quickly followed by workshops with Westgate residents on November 12 at the same times.
The final workshop takes place on November 26 and is for Deerhurst residents.
The idea behind the project is to turn personal memories into digital stories.
It has been organised by a partnership involving Gloucestershire Archives and the Economic and Social Research Council.
Participants can create their stories using personal memories and archive materials. Places need to be booked in advance. Contact email@example.com.