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Brian Blessed, Dame Vera Lynn and Bob Symes launch Britain’s biggest memory bank.

On Tuesday 30th September at the Cabinet War Rooms in London, the way we record our historical past is set to change forever due to a new website, The Times of My Life.

Whether you are a WW2 Veteran, a mum-to-be, a blushing bride or a teenager who’s just experienced their first trip to Ibiza, everybody in the world has a story to tell yet millions of memories have been lost within the last year alone as nobody is documenting them. However, The Times of My Life is set to change history. The site has been specifically designed to allow users to record first hand accounts of their lives through a multitude of media enabling stories to be shared and never forgotten.

The Times of my Life also opens a new door for students studying history. In the future the learning process will not just involve dull monologues in textbooks as the website allows members to read real first hand accounts and experience history from the perspective of those who actually witnessed it. Access to information of this kind helps break down cultural and political barriers by encouraging members to empathise with those involved in historical events.

The national launch of The Times of My Life takes place on Tuesday 30th September at the Cabinet War Rooms in London with some of Britain’s most loved personalities ready to share their memories with the world. Brian Blessed who is supporting The Times of My Life will be joined by Dame Vera Lynn and Bob Symes. Accompanying them will be author Virginia Nicholson and historical scientist Dr June Goodfield who will be discussing the academic and research benefits of the site. The Times of My Life is designed to tell real life stories and so members of the public who all are willing to share their amazing memories will also be attending the launch. These incredible individuals include a woman who was working in the South African police force when Nelson Mandela was released to an American who witnessed the effects of 911 in a completely different light. will be available to the public on 30th September so reserve your space at the launch and watch history come to life!

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The launch opens at 11am with a media presentation starting at 11.30am. All guest personalities will be available for interview and a photocall opportunity will take place at 12.30pm.

Interested parties should register by Monday 22nd September to Gemma Collins.

Media Contact: Gemma Collins
PMW Communications Ltd
T: 01403 783400

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