Step into a captivating exhibition that intertwines the creative spirit of Anglia Ruskin University with the remarkable legacies of Chelmsford's own pioneers, Hoffmann and Marconi. Engage, reminisce, and be a part of history at the Essex Record Office's Sound Archive Oral History Studies.
Immerse yourself in an exhibition that delves into the industrial heritage of Chelmsford, celebrating the connections between Anglia Ruskin University and the city's innovators, Hoffmann and Marconi.
The exhibition invites you to engage, reminisce, and contribute to the living history of Chelmsford. We invite ex-Marconi and Hoffmann workers to be a part of this historic journey.
Share your stories, and contribute to the Essex Record Office's Sound Archive Oral History Studies. Your memories and experiences will be preserved for future generations, ensuring that the legacy of Chelmsford's industrial pioneers lives on.
Don't miss this unique opportunity to celebrate Chelmsford's past, engage with its present, and leave your mark on its future.
This event will held at Anglia Ruskin University Library, Chelmsford.
No booking required – just drop in from 18-24 October, 9am-5pm.