This project has been supported by many people who have given generously of their time and expertise, and to whom I am very grateful.
Many thanks go to the following:
Nick Hedges, documentary photographer, for his friendship and never ending readiness to mentor, advise, review and discuss.
Adrian Plant, Exhibition Officer, Shropshire Council, for spotting the potential of an embryonic idea and suggesting its development.
Alexa Pugh, Community Arts Office, Shropshire Council, for help and support in steering through the funding application process.
Philip Freeman, Chair of Shop in the Loop, for responding so positively to the idea of the project and lending consistent support.
Kate Gittins, Site Facilities Manger, The Market Hall, for always finding time to listen to any of my plans, and always suggesting someone who could help.
Tony Carr, retired archivist and librarian, for sharing his historic knowledge of the Della Porta collection.
Philip Scoggins, Interpretation Officer, Shropshire Council.
Mary Mckenzie, Archives Team Leader.
Alison Mussell, Shropshire Archives Volunteers Co-ordinator.
Nat Stevenson, Reprographics Officer, Shropshire Archives.
Jocelyne Fildes, freelance PR.
Kirsten Henley, Shrewsbury Business Improvement District manager
This project has been funded by Arts Council England.