Working in partnership with the WEA, Ouseburn Trust, East-End Alliance and NE1 FM we set about archiving stories about the East End. Roots and Wings’  was commissioned to document this oral history. In the course of this project we spoke to a number of marginalised or underrepresented groups and individuals, including elderly people with dementia, adults with learning difficulties and young refugees living in the East End. We also ran a series of stop-frame animation workshops in the former Ouseburn Regeneration Centre, to allow the participants to learn new skills and encourage creative expression. In order to maximize participation for this project we also produced the identity, promotional material and website.