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Welcome to the My Future York and York Senses
The My Future York research project is working with people who live and work in York - or might want to in the future - to explore and understand the issues facing the city.
One approach that we're taking as part of the My Future York project is to look back to York's history to look forward. As part of this we uses oral histories and archive photography to look at the sights, sounds and smells of Hungate in the early 20th century and have used this as inspiration to invite you to consider the future - how might York look, sounds, smell and feel in 2027?
You can read more about the sensory landscape of early 20th century York and how we developed this into imagining York's future on the My Future York website.
We invite you to think about York in 2027. Completing this form will take about 5-10 minutes. You'll then have a number of choices about your contribution will be used and shared.
If you want to discuss further contact: Helen Graham, School of Fine Art, History of Art and Cultural Studies, University of Leeds, firstname.lastname@example.org / 07855 790347
The My Future York Research Team is: Phil Bixby (York Environment Forum), Lianne and Richard Brigham (York Past and Present), Helen Graham (University of Leeds), Victoria Hoyle (York Explore Libraries and Archives).
My Future York is funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council's Connected Communities Festival 2016.