Living Memory Association   0131 553 4580


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‘Thelma’  our new magazine came out in December and was dedicated to Leith . Copies are still available,. Next issue due out at the end of March and will have a central theme of 1945. Yes, its 70 years since the end of World War Two!

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ABOUT THE LMA

The Living Memory Association was established in 1984. It is an Edinburgh based group that aims to bring people together through reminiscence and oral history work. We encourage people to become actively involved in their community, share their memories, learn from one another, feel valued and respected, and give their knowledge of the past to younger generations. We have a photographic archive and have also been involved in video-making and drama projects.  We offer many varied opportunities to volunteers of all ages and backgrounds and their contribution is vital to the project. Our Big Lottery funded Memory Exchange Project is involving older people in a variety of exciting reminiscence projects.

Vi Turner’s 100th birthday  celebrations and book.

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Edinburgh’s Reminiscence Centre


                      Vi Turner

5 Quayside Street, Edinburgh, EH6 6EJ

Telephone: 0131 553 4580, Registered Charity No. SC030234

 

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Willie Merriless





Ocean Terminal.. We are on the move in February. A new unit opposite Waterstones the bookshop. So don’t get a fright if you find our old unit empty!

A new reminiscence training date 20th Feb. Places available.


All change for this year. Our Big Lottery funding ends for our ‘Memory Exchange’ project at the end of March and we will start our Heritage Lottery Funded work in West Lothian. This project will celebrate Gala days, past and present and we will be working in Broxburn, Whitburn, West Calder, Armadale and Blackridge. We will collaborate with West Lothian Heritage Services.

The LMA is grateful for the continued support from The Scottish Government’s Integrated Care Fund.











Reminiscence and Oral History in Edinburgh