The National Maritime Museum is looking for young people to help record the memories of the Windrush Generation.
The project, run alongside the Caribbean Social Forum will see local teenagers spending October half-term at the museum in Greenwich. They will help to capture the oral histories of some of the half-a-million people from the Caribbean who were invited to move to the UK to assist with labour shortages after the second world war.
The volunteering opportunity is open to anyone aged 15-18 living or studying in Greenwich and will earn them a Bronze Arts Award. For more information visit the Museum website
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