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It’s time to share your story

06 Mar 2014

Do you have a story to share about Docklands?

The City of Melbourne wants to create a history of the area for the new library and is looking for people to share their experiences of Docklands.

It could be a story of working on the docks, or a rave during Docklands’ abandoned past.

Perhaps something really interesting happened to you last week while you travelling to work on a tram.

Whatever it is, if it happened in Docklands, the City of Melbourne wants to know about it.

“The Docklands Digital Archive will capture the stories of people living, working in and visiting Docklands and it will be a permanent memory bank of community stories,” a council spokesperson said.

“These memories will also become the basis for future exhibitions held in the new Library at the Dock after it opens later this year.”

To share your story or to nominate someone who has a story to tell contact council’s community heritage curator, Bronwyn Roper at (JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) or call 9658 9322.

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