Working Life MemoryBank DVD

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Working Life features six films that take us back to the times of clocking on for work, life on the production line for both men and women, office work before the days of computers and the delight of a fresh catch transformed into fish and chips wrapped in newspaper.

Along with the DVD you’ll find lots of suggestions for activities, things to talk about, and plenty of memories to share about the changing workplace during the 1930s-1970s.

The Working Life films are: Bin Day, Tailor Made, Izal Factory, Rowntrees’ Chocolates, Co-op Bank and Frying Tonight.

Memory Bank is an innovative series of themed DVDs using archive film to bring past events and experiences back to life, prompting stories and memories to share and enjoy. Memory Bank films span six decades, and have been carefully selected along familiar themes to promote shared memories of childhood, growing up, loved ones and family, sense of place, home and work life. 

Each pack consists of six beautifully edited short films together with related discussion points as well as a comprehensive user guide with lots of ideas for further reminiscence activities.

TO BUY ALL SIX PACKS FOR £135 CLICK HERE

Key features: 

  • Memory bank is an innovative series of themed DVDs using archive film to bring past events and experiences back to life.
  • It can act as a comprehensive user guide with lots of ideas for further reminiscence activities.  
     
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