Preserving life stories
PRESERVING MEMORIES | CREATING COMMUNITY | CELEBRATING PLACE | PROMOTING WELL-BEING
What do we offer?
Chronicle collects and celebrates personal stories from individuals and organisations.
We record life stories in first-person audio narratives often linked with images and music. We aim to create stories
that can be shared and enjoyed.
We work with individuals and organisations to create walking trails, support place making, interpret heritage and promote local tourism.
We also aim to reduce social isolation and loneliness, build community and preserve social history.
The Chronicle Memory Box
Our Memory Box lets you add voices to printed photographs
PRESERVING STORIES FOR INDIVIDUALS
STORYTELLING FOR ORGANISATIONS
We work directly with individuals of all ages to record and preserve their personal stories via Chronicle Legacy. We offer a package of services to help people capture and preserve their personal stories in a meaningful way.
We feel it is important to preserve family stories for future generations.
Chronicle works with museums, event organisers, not-for-profit organisations, government and corporates to use personal stories to help achieve outcomes.
Our difference is the way we capture stories and the products we have developed to help share those stories.
Chronicle works with organisations and communities to use personal stories for place-making, heritage interpretation, tourism, brand development, community, and health. We help develop digital story content and also have products to enable clients to share content.
Chronicle has developed a product set to help with the creation and enjoyment of stories. Our platform includes our smartphone walking tour app, our web platform and our touchscreen kiosk solutions. We also have tools and partnerships to develop quality story content.
We have a growing archive of images that we use to help bring the stories we produce to life.
The best way to articulate the essence of a place is through the personal stories, memories and narratives of people connected to it.
A short story from Peggy Osborne about her honeymoon memories of Felixstowe.
PRESERVE LOCAL STORIES
"SOME PEOPLE WILL LIVE FOREVER BUT FOR EVERYONE ELSE THERE'S CHRONICLE"
KEEP STORIES SAFE
OUR APPROACH IS SIMPLE AND ENJOYABLE
WE HELP TO BUILD YOUR COMMUNITY