Multicultural Totterdown

Totterdown is beautifully diverse and we want to celebrate that by capturing stories of those people who have moved here from other countries.  Who are they, why did they move, and what do they love about Totterdown.  The stories will then be published to share the diversity of where we are.
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Experienced photographers wanted to help with ‘Our Multicultural Totterdown’ book.

1st April 2017
The book is celebrating our wonderfully diverse community by compiling about 50 different stories of people from all over the world, and with different cultures, who now live in Totterdown. We want to know how they arrived here, what they like about Totterdown, and what they have retained from their culture or birthplace that is important to them (whether its a love of certain foods, a special object, or anything else that is still part of their identity). Each of the 50 stories will be accompanied by a photograph, so we hope to have about 10 photographers contributing 5 photos…

The Case of Tea at the Mosque

4th January 2017
Following the incident at the Totterdown Mosque and the outpouring of support, Jo Bushell decided to use the subject for her dissertation in Urban Studies (MSc) at UCL. (more…)

Suzanne Audrey

Project Lead

How to get involved

We need people to help contribute their stories.  
We also need photographers to take 10 portraits.

All participants will receive a free copy of the book.

To take part email suzanne.audrey@btinternet.com.