Teresa Pearce this week expressed support for the world’s largest history project – The Jubilee Time Capsule.
The Royal Commonwealth Society’s Jubilee Time Capsule project, sponsored by National Express Group, is collating memories from the last 60 years across the Commonwealth. Memories that are uploaded do not have to be about The Queen or The Royal Family, but instead what individuals want to record and save for generations to come.
The aim is to create a unique online archive that will allow people from across the UK, the Commonwealth, and indeed the world to upload their personal memories, photographs and videos from any date during the last 60 years.
Recent memories uploaded include comments from Prince Harry, about his recent overseas tour to the Caribbean, and a 92-year-old World War II hero who has only recently revealed his exploits of flying a spitfire in a top-secret mission that changed the course of World War II.
“This is a fantastic opportunity for local people to get involved in not only the Diamond Jubilee but also take part in the world’s largest online history project. I would encourage people to upload a memory and record a piece of their own personal history for future generations to enjoy.”