A community history project designed
and delivered by Sandringham Enterprise -
an independent rural charity in Norfolk, UK
What our project will do...
Create an oral history archive of the voices of Marham
Work with all local community groups, schools and residents to capture our story
To create a set of community display boards, available to all - telling our story
Write a book, recording the history of our community across the 19th and 20th Centuries
The completion of our project relies wholly on the generosity of our charitable volunteers.
From management of the project, recording of voices in Marham and the creation of the specified outputs - our volunteer team are the drivers of the work and provide us with the energy needed to achieve so much.
We are grateful to all the individuals, companies and community organisations who work with us in the next year - and to the Heritage Lottery Fund, without whose encouragement and funding the project would probably not have happened.
Below is the main budget for our project - we will expand this web page to record our spending and allocation of resources, for all to see, as we move forward with the project.
(We will publish our periodic HLF project reports on our web site too).
Amount Use of funds
£350 Allocated for expenses - research trips to University of East Angla
£210 Allocated for expenses - research trips, museums and other military archives.
£1,500 Allocated to community events - venue hire, refreshments etc
£1,500 Allocated to purchase of equipment - computers, digital cameras etc for the project
£2,000 Allocated to web development costs, digital archive creation, blogs and domains etc.
£1,000 Allocated to creation of project community 'display boards'.
£400 Allocated to create quantity of hard back books
£1,500 Allocated to costs of community event to celebrate and close the project
£1,540 Allocated to creation and publishing of digital content of 'the book'
- making the work freely available to all online in multiple formats
This charity web site is designed, hosted and the content supported by Thirdsectorweb - part of SmithMartin LLP
Marham Voice logo design by the graphic designer Jim Simpson
Contact Jim at firstname.lastname@example.org