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Churnet Valley Living Landscape audio archive


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Churnet Valley Living Landscape audio archive

An audio archive project to capture the views of local people

We were commissioned by TellTale to deliver an audio project on behalf of the Churnet Valley Living Landscape project – a partnership of twenty organisations, led by Staffordshire Wildlife Trust. It works at a landscape scale, conserving and enhancing the wildlife and built heritage of the relatively unknown Churnet Valley.

Our remit was to interview staff and volunteers explaining how they had been involved in the 20+ programmes of work throughout the life of the project, and what the area meant to them and how they saw it changing in the future.

We undertook 15 one-to-one interviews and attended a number of events to capture the thoughts of many more people. The recordings form a valuable archive and legacy to the project that will prove invaluable for researchers in the coming years and decades.

We then edited all of the recordings down into short soundbites that were used to promote the project. These clips are available from churnet-valley.org.uk/project-showcase. At the bottom of each individual project page you will find a selection of the recordings.





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