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From the Participants

" I think they had a really hard life..."
Sam 'Millsy' Mills, Somerhill Junior School

"They have the most amazingly inquisitive minds..."
Carmel Spicer, Brunswick Older People's Project

After the project sessions were over, the school arranged a tea party for the children and the older people who brought cakes along that they had made themselves. The tea party was a nice conclusion to the sessions and there was a warm and relaxed atmosphere with plenty of interaction between the children and adults continuing after the groups had been disbanded. An audio recording was made of the event. To find out more about how some of the participants felt about the project listen to the recording by clicking on the image below.

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We would also welcome any feedback on the Piers & Pebbles website itself.
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This project would not have been possible without the support of the following :

Brunswick Older People's Project
Somerhill Junior School
Eileen Fitzpatrick
Brighton & Hove City Council
Partners in Regeneration

Jack Latimer (Make Multimedia History Group)

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