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    Julia has worked as a freelance professional in the creative, heritage and community sectors since 2005, developing, managing and providing consultancy for projects with statutory, voluntary and private sector organisations and diverse community groups.


    Her work also includes programme development for London-based arts organisations, and projects with local authorities and national charities to facilitate creative consultations and to develop events and festivals. She gives presentations and delivers training on: intergenerational practice; participatory arts; community engagement and heritage; community-facilitated consultation; widening participation and representation.


    Current and recent projects include development, production and management of:


    Place to Remember  - A heritage project exploring the history of buildings in Camberwell and Peckham through oral history and visits, walks and talks


    Silver Ambassadors Network of older artists and practitioners, and production of creative projects and events @silverthinking


    A series of community heritage events for Walworth and Elephant & Castle developments www.putitonthemap.org


    The Whole Ward  - a three year creative therapies project for staff and patients in a psychiatric hospital


    The Roots Story - an intergenerational heritage project telling the story of herbalist G. Baldwin and the use of herbal remedies different communities


    Then and Now - the story of the origins of Community Development in Southwark and the development of Southwark Pensioners Centre


    Sue is a filmmaker who regularly works in community settings, having collaborated with Clapham Film Unit, Silver Ambassadors and Southwark Children's Services Commissioning Unit. As a freelance video editor and colourist Sue works with artists using moving image and with independent documentary makers.


    In 2013 Sue began the Inspired by the Subway project where volunteers were trained to research and record oral histories in order to document and bring to life the story of Crystal Palace Subway.


    Boundaries is a partnernership project between Invisible Palace and CPCDT.


    The Crystal Palace Community Development Trust, launched in March 2004, is a community-based, not-for-profit enterprise that operates for the benefit of those who live and work in the neighbourhoods and estates that comprise the Crystal Palace area of south London.


    Like many other geographically-focused charities in the UK, they aim to help empower local people and bring about improvements to their neighbourhood and their quality of life. We are also a member of Locality.