New research opportunity with the Memory Box Project Online - volunteer in your spare time from home and help us record memories.
An introduction to our new Memory Box Project Online - making our Memory Box objects and resources available to everyone.
As we are all staying at home, it is really important we try and get some fresh air. For those of us lucky enough to have access to a garden, or a balcony it’s a great idea to try a few little projects at home to stay in touch with nature, and to start, keep up or re-kindle a gardening hobby. We’ve been thinking about some ideas everyone can do to get some fresh air in an outside space, and look forward to watching things grow. All of these activities can be adapted for people with limited mobility, and keep an eye out for some reminiscence tips at the end.
In order to keep all of our colleagues and supporters aware of what we are doing to mitigate the risks of spreading the COVID 19 virus, the Wessex Heritage Trust has put in place the following measures
After a super busy week last week trying to condense two office units into one single new unit, we are finally able to say we are relatively sorted and settled here. We have moved from Solent Business Centre in Millbrook, to the Basepoint Business Centre in Southampton. We are sharing the building with a number of other charities and look forward to getting to know others that rent a space here.
The Memory Book Project is underway!
The Memory Box Project summer partnership with NCS comes to an end for this year.
Read more to see what we’ve all been up to!
Some helpful reading for anyone who is LGBT+ and affected by dementia, their families, or carers.