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    1. Re: [OCCUPATIONS] Former employees of Salford Workplaces: Agecroft, Richard Haworth's, Ward & Goldstone
    2. Brenda MacCulloch
    3. Hi from Hamilton New Zealand, I can't help you but all the best with your Invisible History Oral History research. Its an extremely important part of genealogy that without people such as yourself, would be lost. Please keep us 'in the loop' with your progress. If I lived closer I would come and have a cuppa and a biscuit too. Cheers Brenda Hamilton New Zealand On 16/02/2013, at 3:44 AM, Neil Dymond-Green wrote: > Hello, > > I am co-ordinating an oral history project, called Invisible > Histories, for the Working Class Movement Library in Salford. > > I'm trying to track down people who used to work at Agecroft > Colliery, Ward & Goldstone's and Richard Haworth's mill who would be > willing to come and talk to us about their work memories and > experiences and be recorded. > > It's all very informal (and there's chance for tea and a biscuit!). > If you're interested, please could you contact me by email at [email protected] > <mailto://[email protected]> (or by phone 0161 736 3601) > > > > > > Thanks, > > Neil > > > > Neil Dymond-Green > > Project Learning Coordinator: Invisible Histories Project > > Capturing people's stories from three of Salford's lost workplaces: > Agecroft Colliery, Ward & Goldstone, Richard Haworth > > Working Class Movement Library > > > > Please note: I work Wednesdays, Thursdays and alternate Fridays > > > > Tel: 0161 736 3601 > > www.wcml.org.uk > > 51 The Crescent, Salford, M5 4WX. > > > > Registered Charity No. 1115731 > > Company Limited by Guarantee No. 5721140 > > > > = > = > = > = > = > = > = > = > = > ====================================================================== > The Working Class Movement Library is a charitable trust, which > exists to help others. We believe that the historical information > held here is important, and we want as many people as are interested > to know about and use the Library. If you'd like to support us, why > not become a Friend of the Library? Friends are invited to regular > events at the Library and receive our quarterly newsletter Shelf > Life. Annual membership is just £10. www.wcml.org.uk/donations/ <http://www.wcml.org.uk/donations/ > > gives more details. > > To receive news about the Library subscribe to our free e-bulletins > at www.wcml.org.uk/enewsletters. > > > > > ------------------------------- > To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to [email protected] > with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and > the body of the message >

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