Remembering the Past
Our Online Heritage Talks and Film Screenings
Our volunteers delve into our archives and work with our partners to bring you a trip down memory lane. Share your memories or find out what life was like in times gone by. Details of our next talk or film showing can be found below.
Thursday 20 May 2021 3:00 pm to 4:00 pm
Will there be cake for tea? – Archive Film Screening
Join us for an affectionate look back on home life captured on home movies. Starting with a short documentary film, we’ll share memories together of recording home life on our own devices. What memories were captured and what devices did you use?
Book your tickets at “Will there be cake for tea?” Tickets | Eventbrite
In collaboration with Community Development at Battle Hill & Linskill
Street Party photo
Thanks to Newcastle City Libraries.
Catch up on previous presentations
Missed out on previous Events? You can now catch up on some of these below.
Port of Tyne – Archive Film Screening
You can still view this film on the North East Film Archive website by following this link PORT OF TYNE | Yorkshire Film Archive (yfanefa.com)
Bringing Back the Banner – Heritage Talk
Hear the story of how a dedicated team of local people, and skilled experts, rescued and restored Burradon Colliery’s 1954 banner. A recording of the presentation and a detailed account of the project can be seen by following the links below.
Do you have a story to tell or a memory to share?
Remembering the Past is collecting memories about every part of life in North Tyneside and its surrounding areas, as told by those who lived, worked and played there.
Here you'll find memories and experiences contributed entirely by people who were born and raised in the area, or who have moved here from other parts of the country. Their stories cover a timespan of over 100 years, with our earliest memory going back to 1906.
From birth to death, holidays, school, childhood and working life, health, entertainment, politics, festivals, transport, shopping and home. Whether your memories are from 6, 16, or 60 years ago you will help build a living community history, which other people will enjoy.
This is a living archive and it needs more stories – can you share one with us?
Explore our Collections of Memories
Remembering the Past has been collecting the memories of local people over many years. Now, thanks to our volunteers, the memories have been collated into a number of online collections.
Would you like to volunteer with Remembering the Past?
All of our work is done by volunteers.
We’re proud of what we do and how we do it. If you join the team you could learn some new skills, work on interesting projects, meet some wonderful people and have fun along the way.