"HELLO" in different languages. - Celebrating the different voices, languages and specialness of Page Hall.

We would love to include your "hello" video in this scrapbook.  
Teach us how to say "Hello" in your language.
Send via phone, WhatsApp or email: 07789040269 OR ab4928@coventry.ac.uk

Turning the Page Project- run by Courtenay Crichton-Turley

Turning the Page is a community heritage project which shows the History of Page Hall and Grimesthorpe through interactive means, including heritage trails, activities, photos, archaeology, historical mapping and information.

Page Hall Smiles

Page Hall Smiles aims to bring together Roma and non-Roma to co-create a short film, images and a digital scrapbook exhibition that focuses on the experiences, identity and voices of the people from Page Hall told by the residents themselves. The film and exhibition will then be shared with relevant stakeholders and the wider community to foster closer links and challenge stereotypes. Through celebrating culture using the arts (dance, music, dresses), change is possible and a collaborative and caring mode of working is possible. Engaging women and vulnerable adults, life-long learning principles will be applied and the participants will also gain a new set of skills that align with encouraging digital literacy. 

Courtenay Crichton-Turley says hello.

Colin Harvard says hello.

Rosa Cisneros says hello.

Rosa says "Hello" in Spanish.