Eastside Community Heritage seeks to build, service and enable partnerships which record, document and preserve the experiences of different communities, through the provision of social, cultural, educational and historical activities. Our methodology incorporates education and training, with schools, families and adult learners. Eastside produces exhibitions, publications and multimedia stimuli which are an opportunity for all cultures and age ranges to engage in a proactive discovery of their own and their community’s history, culture and heritage.
East End Women's Museum is a public history project aiming to record, share, and celebrate women’s stories and voices from east London’s history. They are working towards opening the East End Women's Museum in a permanent home in Barking in 2019/20, but in the meantime they are a 'kitchen table museum' without an office or a building. They put on events, exhibitions, and make resources for schools and researchers to use.