New podcast available now

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A new podcast from Sea Mills 100 is now available on lots of the normal podcast providers including Apple, Spotify, Podbean, Amazon and Audible.

It features some of the Sea Mills 100 oral history team talking about the project and introducing their favourite clips. You can also hear it via the online player below.

We are hoping to start recording histories again now and have already done one via zoom. If this is something you would like to do please get in touch.

We are looking for people with memories and stories to share to have a chat with us so they can be recorded. The recordings might be used in our podcasts and in the Sea Mills Museum and will be archived with Bristol Libraries.

The possibility of recording via zoom or similar system means we can expand our reach beyond Bristol and speak to the many of you who have moved away from the area as well as recording others in a covid-secure way.

Scarecrows on the podcast

The Mysterious St Edyth, one of the stars of the Sea Mills and Coombe Dingle Scarecrow trail

The second episode of the Sea Mills and Coombe Dingle Community Podcast is now out, find to on all the usual podcast platforms or listen via the player below. It features more local recollections of WW2, a look at the Sea Mills School log book as well as the mysterious St Edyth.

If you know someone locally in Sea Mills or Coombe Dingle who is not online bit would like to hear it, get in touch on their behalf or direct them to the article in the current Community Voice magazine. We can deliver the podcast on a simple to use audio player which they borrow while they listen to it.

Episode one of the podcast can be heard here