Booklet and CD design: boinggraphics.com
Trails conceived and directed by Toby Butler, memoryscape.org.uk
Ports of Call Project conceived by Phil Cohen
Trail 1 and 2: composed and produced by Jo Thomas
Trail 3: Artist: Mark Hunter. Sound design Jasmine Allod
Take me to the river: Artist: Helen Marshall; Archaeologist: Andy Brockman
Precious Places: Artist: Loraine Leeson
Web design: Pau Ros at PauWeb
Special thanks to all the people that speak on the trails and agreed to be interviewed,our funders (see logos below); the kind permission of the Museum in Docklands and Eastside Community Heritage to use their interview archives; the Ports of Call steering committee; Elahe Panahi and staff at the St John’s Community Centre; John Marriott, Gavin Poynter, Andrew Blake, Mark O’Thomas, Jo Sherman, Pat Clare and Sheila Johnson at the University of East London, Loraine Leeson at CSpace; Toby Borland at Magic Lab; Victoria Jeeves at City Airport; Community Links and Jason Forde at the Asta Centre and the young people who took part in the Asta project; Rose Geaney, Pat Holland, Kathy Taylor, North Woolwich Old Station Museum, Phil Riley, Penny Marsh and Keeley Prowse at Britannia Village Community Centre, Jasmine Allodi, Deborah Peck and Kris Krishnarajah at North Woolwich Library, Annette Day, Claire Frankland and Alex Werner at the Museum of London and the Museum in Docklands, The North Woolwich Library Reminiscence group, Bill Perry, Kevin Murphy, Gemma Parkhouse, The Excel Centre, Linda May Bingham, Britannia Village School, Andrew Mawson, Judith Garfi eld at ECH, The Multi-media Production Centre at UEL, Pau Ros, Helen Marshall, Andy Brockman, participants in the community history trail workshops; Mrs Thomas, Leigh and Pete for listening, Steve Whiting and Simon Russell.
Extra special thanks to Phil Cohen, the master builder of the Ports of Call project.