St Ann’s Stories – a newspaper created by and for local people
Do you live or used to live in St Ann’s?
Do you have a story to tell?
What does St Ann’s really mean to you?
We’re working with local Engagement Curator Bo Olawoye; Panya Banjoko, the well-known Nottingham writer, storyteller and performance poet; and local community organisations including Community Recording Studio (CRS) to create a FREE printed newspaper that celebrates the true spirit of St Ann’s – available in March 2020.
This is your newspaper and we want to include your stories, photographs, articles, creative writing, poems, artwork, memories and anything else you want to include in the paper.
How to share your stories
If you would like to send us a story or print quality images about your life in St Ann’s please email firstname.lastname@example.org or to find out more please call The Renewal Trust on 0115 911 2226.
Deadline: Monday 24 February, 5pm.
Come and see us
We’ll also be setting up a space in St Ann’s to record stories, scan photographs/artwork and collect any other memorabilia you may have about the area. Watch this space for more news about our Donation Days very soon!
Pass it on!
We’d love to hear from you so please tell us your stories and help us spread the word by sharing this call out with your St Ann’s family and friends!
Thank you for your help.
We’re very proud to look after St Ann’s Allotments and we’re asking local people to help choose the Best Allotment 2020 as part of a new competition celebrating local gardeners!
Windrush Day 2020 seems a fitting moment to share this powerful instalment from St Ann’s Stories – a very special newspaper created by and for the people of St Ann’s.