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Keep up to date with all of Mirador's latest activities..

May 11


A digitised version of the Elizabeth Roberts Working Class Oral History Archive will be officially launched at Lancaster University on May 19 – and Mirador will be there to celebrate! Continue reading “Archive To Be Launched Online” »

Apr 26

Voices from the past are being shared with the future generation as part of Walking In Others Footsteps.  Continue reading “Voices From The Past Earn Top Marks” »

Apr 13

We’re delighted to report that the first stage of our Walking In Others Footsteps project has now gone live! Continue reading “Sound This Salon Out” »

Mar 1

Mirador has more drop-in sessions lined up as part of our Walking In Others Footsteps project. Continue reading “Help Make Memories On Film” »

Feb 26

Share your memories of food, football and funerals at free session taking place at Lancaster Library on February 28 and March 7. Continue reading “Memory Sessions Kick Off In Lancaster” »

Feb 12

A chance to explore the lives of local people born before World War One and learn from an awardwinning writer is being offered for free in Lancaster. Continue reading “Exploring The Past With Poetry” »

Jan 8

Elizabeth Roberts

Mirador, has begun the New Year in the best way possible after securing £36,400 in Heritage Lottery Funding. Continue reading “Funding Boost For Latest Project” »

Aug 17

Mirador are currently undertaking a consultation process as part of developing plans for our next project – Walking In Others Footsteps. Continue reading “Please Help With Our Survey” »

Aug 7

We need your help to bring a unique archive about the working class people of Lancaster, Preston and Barrow to life. Continue reading “HELP NEW PROJECT STEP BACK IN TIME” »

Apr 26

Our Behind The Wall project has given former staff an opportunity to reminisce about their working lives at Standfast & Barracks. And some of those memories are recalled at the exhibition which runs until May 1 at Lancaster City Museum so there’s not long now to catch it! One former worker whose family connection to

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