The Journey’s film continues to be shown at community events throughout the borough. On Wednesday 24th October there was a special screening at The Furzedown Project where a packed audience watched the film and participated in a discussion about the themes raised by the film. We have worked closely with the Furzedown Project throughout the Journeys Project and several members of the audience were closely involved and interviewed by the young people so it was great to see the final film at the centre. The film was well received with some very interesting points coming up in the discussion after the film about the experiences of immigrants across the time period covered and also how class might have affected that experience. There was discussion of English language learning, how younger family members supported elders with translations. Thanks to all of those who attended.