The Project really began in 2004 with a grant of £43,000; 190 people were then interviewed, leading to a book and a DVD.
Contributions by Betty Govan, Alan Gren, Glendower Jackson, Ivy Knappett, John Bowes, Shirley Bowes, Rodney Bowes, Jimmy Dutton, David Craze, Annabel Gooch, and Brian Buckle
Once upon a time Wivenhoe's small shops could satisfy the needs of residents
The Wivenhoe Oral Community History Project culminated in a book and a DVD being published in 2006
Contributions by Freda Annis, Bill Webb and Peter Hill
Ernie Vince's fascinating memories of a life on the water
North Sea Canners, Alma Street Clothing Factory and others
Stories about the early ferries through to the present summer ferry (2006)
Changes in the lives of local fishermen
Contributions by Brian Green, Phil Faucheux, Alan Green, Charles Tayler, Don Smith and Dennis Sparling
Sailing, seals and birds - views of various people
The Wivenhoe shipyards and people's lives working in them
Contributions by Freda Annis, Hilda Barrell, Janita Lefevre, Ann Quarrie, Ken Plummer
Contributions by Walter Wix, Ralph Moss, Annie Skilton, Dave Weatherall, Halcyon Palmer, Joyce Blackwood, Bill Ellis, Marjorie Goldstraw, Ivy Knappett, Tony Forsgate and John Barton
The founding of the 'Nottage' through to present day activities as place to learn traditional boat-building and sailing skills as well as a nautical museum.
The Sand and Gravel Pit - About 'WG' and the men who worked at the Pit.
Tradesmen - Memories of different people in trades here
Contributions by Minnie Scott, Don Smith, Marjorie Goldstraw, Ivy Knappett and Charles Tayler
Contributions by Don Smith, Freda Annis, Ivy Knappett, Glendower Jackson, Peter Sainty, Ellen Primm, Philip Faucheux and Dennis Sparling