The Early Pestalozzi Children Project has become a member of the Oral History Society (OHS).
After we were invited to present a paper at the Society’s national conference in Manchester last year, the interest and enthusiastic response helped us appreciate how valuable membership of the OHS would be.
We now have access to a range of specialised resources, advice and training – and a national network of experienced oral historians. This will also help us spread the word much further about the activities of the Early Pestalozzi Children Project.
We are looking forward to making use of the Society’s opportunities to help us successfully develop our own project.
We are grateful to the Heritage Lottery Fund for their Sharing Heritage grant which has enabled us to finance this membership.