Category Archives: Living Histories Project

#History Pin at Millman Street Community Centre

On Wednesday, 12th April, Millman Street Community Centre members enjoyed the latest in a series of workshops presented by Amy (from Building Exploratory) and Polly (of History Pin), under the auspices of The Kings Cross Story Palace.  They explained that the … Continue reading

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“The Kaiser’s Pickelhaube Used as a Gazunda”: The Shakespeare Hut Project

Next Tuesday (10th May) from 1:30pm to 3pm, Millman Street Community Centre will host the second of two workshops by Digitaldrama, commemorating the centenary of the YMCA Shakespeare Hut.  Located on the corner of Keppel Street and Gower Street in … Continue reading

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Trip to Dickens Museum

Yesterday (8th December), Millman Street Resources Centre members enjoyed a trip to the Charles Dickens Museum in nearby Doughty Street.  As some members noted, several places have a claim on the author of Nicholas Nickleby, Bleak House, Great Expectations and … Continue reading

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Reminiscence at Millman Street Resources Centre

Reminiscence is a regular Workshop activity which Millman Street Centre members have enjoyed for some time.  The workshop is run by Rochelle, under the auspices of the Adult Community Learning Budget, via Westminster Kingsway College. The Reminiscence Workshop is concerned … Continue reading

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Members Forum Friday 10th and Tuesday 14th May @ 1pm

As you may have heard we were unsuccessful in our Lottery Bid for our Activities Programme. We need members to come along to this meeting to update you on the situation. We welcome your ideas and suggestions of how we … Continue reading

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Living History Update

A new living history page has been added.  Anne Murray, a regular at the Millman Street centre, was born in 1929. One of the first women Barristers, part time Archaeologist and Harvard Law Lecturer Anne spent many years in the … Continue reading

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New Living History – Helena Segalini

I’ve just uploaded a new page for Helena in living histories – why not check it out by following the link above (living histories). Helena was born in 1927 and has lived in the area all her life.

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