In Someone Else’s Shoes – School Students interview for Hannover project

A lovely afternoon was spent recently with many Bristol-Hannover twinningparticipants sharing their memories, stories and first impressions of Hannover (and something about Bristol’s history as well) with students from Fairfield High School. Building on the original Music for Shoes initiative of 1947, students from Bristol and Hannover secondary schools will use thememories and stories collected to inform their work when composing music and swapping decorated shoes for a final performance in Colston Hall in December 2017. A big Danke Schoen to Ruth at Myers-Insole, Sharon at Fairfield, Debbie at the University of Bristol and to Travelling Kitchen for the delicious lunch.

If you are interested in this project please contact Ruth:  ruth@locallearning.org.uk

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