The ECFC Museum team has released a new short film to mark the completion of our most recent National Heritage Lottery Funded project, which has been run in collaboration with staff and volunteers from the Club, the ECFC Supporters Trust, and the Centre for Intermedia and Creative Technologies at the University of Exeter.
The film was first shown at last month's Museum Launch, which saw the museum officially launched by some of the club’s former players, including Alan Banks, Jimmy Blain, Keith Bowker, George Ley, and Jimmy Giles.
The film, titled ‘HOME’ features a mixture of historic and contemporary footage, and the voices of fans, volunteers, and key figures from the first team including Nicky Law, Dean Moxey, and Matt Taylor, to document life at St James Park in the modern era.
Should you wish to visit the museum room, and see the many exhibits found all around the stadium, including the Hall of Fame display in the Stagecoach Adam Stansfield Stand, tours are held ahead of each home game, and places can be booked by contacting the club via: email@example.com
Private visits to the museum can also be arranged during the week to look at the archive material in closer detail, and for this please contact the ECFC Museum team via: firstname.lastname@example.org
Alternatively, all of the museum content, and much more, can be discovered via the Grecian Archive, which has been produced in collaboration with the Digital Humanities Lab at the University of Exeter, and contains over 10,000 items that have been digitised and displayed for public view over the past five years.
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