EBOH is gathering and collating memories and social history from residents of the parish of East Boldre, who were born and brought up in the village. This research explores how the village has changed, from its origin as a squatter’s settlement to the present day.
Record memories and tales of an East Boldre as it was.
Install a sense of community and pride – giving a voice to the families who have lived there for generations who feel marginalised by fast changing community.
Capture memories before they are lost.
Re-install a sense of community that once existed.
Help people who move/stay in East Boldre recognise its history and character.
Encourage people to share time together to talk about heritage.