With a little City Living, Local Life support from Notting Dale and St Helens wards, Corner Nine Arts and a group of local residents have been putting together an archive that documents the history of Maxilla Children’s Centre.

The legacy of the project will be the online archive – www.maxillaarchive.com– but to celebrate the launch of the project, The Tabernacle will be hosting a free exhibition from 10-15 May 2016.

Alongside the exhibition, there will be 2 free family workshops (aimed at those aged 6+ and their parents/carers) on Saturday 14 May from 10:30am-12noon OR 2pm-3:30pm. If you would like to attend, please contact Lisa Nash – 07977 155130 / lisa@maxillaarchive.com as places are limited.

And finally, the celebration of the project will take place on Friday, 13 May at The Tabernacle from 6:30pm-8:30pm with founders, former parents, pupils and staff. If you would like to come along, do get in touch with Lisa Nash (details above).

The Maxilla Children’s Centre – http://www.maxillaarchive.com