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Peter Dench photography workshop

As part of the Free Time, Our Stories community oral history project, digital;works organised a documentary photography workshop, that was led be the street photographer Peter Dench, at Dorset County museum. 14 local photographers took part and stretched themselves and their approaches

photo Workshop Grp

Peter Dench photography workshop

As part of the Free Time, Our Stories community oral history project, digital;works organised a documentary photography workshop, that was led be the street photographer Peter Dench, at Dorset County museum. 14 local photographers took part and stretched themselves and their approaches

Sherborne School: Boys playing Rugby

PlayTime help needed

Would you like to be involved in an exciting new study into the changing nature of people’s leisure time over the last 60 years?

Sherborne School: Boys playing Rugby

PlayTime help needed

Would you like to be involved in an exciting new study into the changing nature of people’s leisure time over the last 60 years?

leisure at the beach

Digital:works granted an award

Registered charity digital:works is celebrating receiving a grant of £30,000 from the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) to allow a group of volunteer investigators in Dorchester examine how the leisure-time activities of young people between the ages of 12 – 16 years have changed over the last 40 to 60 years.

leisure at the beach

Digital:works granted an award

Registered charity digital:works is celebrating receiving a grant of £30,000 from the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) to allow a group of volunteer investigators in Dorchester examine how the leisure-time activities of young people between the ages of 12 – 16 years have changed over the last 40 to 60 years.

still from One Potato, Two Potato film

how we used to play

We will be using oral history to studying the changing nature of people’s leisure time. It will see young people collaborate and share with the older population in a range of activities leading up to a final exhibition and the production of a smartphone app.

still from One Potato, Two Potato film

how we used to play

We will be using oral history to studying the changing nature of people’s leisure time. It will see young people collaborate and share with the older population in a range of activities leading up to a final exhibition and the production of a smartphone app.

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