Eastside Community Heritage
Eastside Community Heritage seeks to build, service and enable partnerships which record, document and preserve the experiences of different communities, through the provision of social, cultural, educational and historical activities. Our methodology incorporates education and training, with schools, families and adult learners. Eastside produces exhibitions, publications and multi media stimuli which are an opportunity for all cultures and age ranges to engage in a proactive discovery of their own and their community’s history, culture and heritage. The organisation is an accredited cultural heritage training centre, specialising in Oral History – NVQ Level 1, 2 and 3.
In 1921 the FA ruled to ban women playing football in affiliated pitches. Prior to this, women’s football had become a popular pass time for both spectators and the women playing in some cases exceeding the popularity of the men’s game. We are looking for your support to tell the East London Story which has remained hidden for women’s history month 2017. Please donate to our crowdfunding page: