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Sharing Your Stories of Manor Royal

Sharing Your Stories of Manor Royal

What are your special memories about Manor Royal? People don't remember facts - they remember the moments!

You may think that no-one is interested in your story, but the truth is we are, whether you or members of your family have worked on one of the production lines on Manor Royal, run a company here or perhaps found love here!

Manor Royal BID is planning its next project to improve our business district's facilities, wayfinding and public realm by creating series of micro-parks to form a trail based on the stories, memories, tales and folklore of the people and businesses of Manor Royal past and present. Our aim is to bring Manor Royal to life by telling the tales of our business district past and present. Your story may be a powerful way to help us add colour for our local community and by sharing it, you will be part of a project that will provide interest and context for generations to come.

We really want your input so please come along to one of our events to share your story with us. We're holding informal four sessions - you only need to come to one - over the following days and times and delicious (free!) refreshments will be provided. (It's also a great way to meet fellow Manor Royal people in an informal way!)


WEDNESDAY 17 JULY
12 noon - 2pm and 5pm -7pm
Regus
Churchill Court,3 Manor Royal, Crawley, RH10 9LU


TUESDAY 23 JULY
12 noon - 2pm and 5pm -7pm
Freedom Works Gatwick, The Office, Manor Royal RH10 9AD


Please RSVP Richard Wolfstrome at howl@wolfi.co.uk with your preferred date and time option.

Discover More at:

www.manorroyal.org/mystory
http://www.manorroyal.org/assets/Trail_Business_Worjshop_Poster.pdf

 

 

 

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