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Memory Games

Barking and Dagenham plays host to a number of sporting talents. Bobby Moore and Sir Alf Ramsey were both from the borough, leaving a lasting sporting legacy. Participants interviewed for the project range from the borough’s Olympic hopefuls to Paralympic Gold medallists such as Beverley Gull.

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Frieda Mincer, on being a spectator at the 1948 Olympic Games in London

Reminiscence sessions were held in a number of community groups, where we discovered the part sport played in people’s lives. The West Ham Speedway and Barking Park Lido were popular destinations, as was West Ham Football Stadium.

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Jean Bruce on sport at school c.1950s

Sport was also a memorable part of school life. As part of Memory Games, a 1940s Sports Day was held with primary school children, so they too could experience what sport was like in the past.

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Paralympic swimmer, Beverley Gull on winning Gold at Seoul Paralympics 1988

Memory Games is an exciting project, engaging different communities with the upcoming games, sharing the sporting memories and talents of their borough.

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Olympic hopeful Hayley Willis on how she got into her sport, Judo.

An exhibition has been produced which will be touring the borough.

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Kevin Crowley on being an Olympic Torchbearer