The Transition Year students of Scoil Mhuire Buncrana came together with seniors to capture a brilliant glimpse into local history and the stories of the people that make up their community.
Anne worked with Transition Year students in Moville to put together a wonderful project and capture some lovely insights into the past.
Organiser Bébhinn worked with teenagers to put together a lovely project full of local characters. Bébhinn manages the Clonmany Community Centre- a wonderful resource for the people there and a great place to bring all generations together.
Coordinator Bernie worked with students in Finn Valley College, Stranorlar. The students took part in the project as part of the well-being curriculum in their school and put together some brilliant interviews and creative responses.
Malcolm Mc Gettigan is a Dublin and Donegal based photographer specialising in commercial, portrait, fashion, and documentary photography. He works extensively throughout Ireland with a varied client base ranging from the public to private sector, regional and national publications as well as developing his own personal work
In the past he has worked with Bank Of Ireland, Grown, Happenings, Primark, Sisk & son, Failte Ireland, Tourism Ireland, The Gathering, The Irish Open, The Great Outdoors amongst others.
Neighbourhood Network would like to thank everyone who participated in this project, especially our brilliant Community Organisers, teenagers and seniors. Thanks to Donegal County Council, The Creative Ireland Programme, Age Friendly Ireland & The Department of Rural and Community Development, and all Donegal-based community organisations who helped to spread the word about the project.
Special thanks to our photographer Malcom McGettigan for capturing the amazing portraits that make up the heart of this project and to our creative content organisers Marja Huhta and Ciara Egan.