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10: The Millennium

By Stella Cardus

10: The Millennium

The year 2000 was commemorated with the publication of a child’s-eye view of the Millennium, based on diaries and project work undertaken in conjunction with local schools.

'The Children's Millennium Diary Anthology' (2001) is presented much like a scrapbook and offers an insight into the thoughts, crazes, hobbies, habits and humour of the contemporary young mind

Other publications focusing on childhood recollections were published in 2002. 'Are you sitting comfortably?' and 'Remember the First Time?' include stories about childhood milestones - birthdays, Christmas, Easter and that perennial favourite, seemingly endless summer holidays!

In 2003, 'School Reports' continued this theme by encapsulating the anecdotes of past pupils of St. Luke’s School in the Queens Park area of Brighton in the years between 1908 - 1983.

Lessons learnt in the production of these publications, were subsequently applied to wider communities ...

This page was amended on 13/05/2015
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