A group of older people and youngsters in North Tyneside have taken part in a project that aims to bridge the gap between the generations.
Children from Churchill Community College and adults from across the borough took part in a series of workshops as part of the intergenerational project ‘Our Values’, creating a documentary about their experiences.
The voluntary project, delivered by the North Tyneside Voluntary Development Agency in partnership with North Tyneside Libraries, brought together children and older people to share their values and ideas about community.
The young people aged 12-years and adults, aged up to seventy-six-years, identified four core values, cooperation, honesty, justice and responsibility, which then formed the basis for a media project.
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