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Oct 18

We’re delighted to report that Give Me Today, Anytime, the documentary which featured in our Walking In Others Footsteps project has been nominated for a prestigious award! The film, created by Jon Randall and Tom Diffenthal, was part of the celebration of the digitisation of the Elizabeth Roberts Working Class Oral History Archive by the

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Aug 24

Steve Fairclough has been walking in the footsteps of Elizabeth Roberts by creating his own version of her groundbreaking archive. Continue reading “Steve Walks In Elizabeth’s Footsteps!” »

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Jun 28

For the first time in 70 years, Dr Elizabeth Roberts has revisited the Barrow primary school she attended as a child for our Walking In Others Footsteps project. Continue reading “Elizabeth Makes History At Her Old School” »

May 28

Oral history meets Creature Comforts in a new documentary screened alongside rarely seen archive film of Lancaster, Preston and Barrow in June. Continue reading “Free Film Shows – Old And New” »

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” »

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” »

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” »

Mar 12

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We’re delighted to report that hundreds of people have already visited our Behind The Wall exhibition since it launched on March 3. Continue reading “HUNDREDS VISIT EXHIBITION IN FIRST WEEK” »