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Campaign for Real Heritage

Are you fed up with “officials” deciding what’s important? Do you wish that history wasn’t just written by the winners?

The losers, the outsiders, the real people have history too. It deserves recognition, YOUR history deserves a blue plaque.

Campaign for real heritage

So now it can have one, the Campaign for Real Heritage will place a plaque anywhere, commemorating any event you like. Just get a sticker, fill in the gap, and stick (with permission, obviously).

Stickers available to buy here. They come in ones, tens and fifties — depends how much history you wish to create.

When you’ve made history, have a ceremony, take a photo. Place it here.

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  1. By citizensheep (Michael Grimes) on 31 December 1969 at 11:59 pm

    @genzaichi @benjaminbrum You should combine it with @bounder‘s Campaign for Real Heritage: http://tinyurl.com/da2lbp

  2. […] the bounder – Campaign for Real Heritage – Jon Bounds launches another genius campaign: Are you fed up with “officials” deciding what’s important? Do you wish that history wasn’t just written by the winners? The losers, the outsiders, the real people have history too. It deserves recognition, YOUR history deserves a blue plaque. So now it can have one, the Campaign for Real Heritage will place a plaque anywhere, commemorating any event you like. Just get a sticker, fill in the gap, and stick (with permission, obviously). […]

  3. By Mayors, badges, and… blue plaques? - jon bounds on 10 September 2010 at 9:48 pm

    […] tried, jokingly really, to liberate the blue plaque before, but this online way might actually take […]

  4. […] Bounds highlighted the importance of sharing personal stories about spaces when he created his Campaign for Real Heritage blue stickers, encouraging us to see that what we feel is important about a place holds as much […]

  5. By Yes, they’re shoes! You got a problem with that? on 18 November 2011 at 5:37 pm

    […] any event you like. Just get a sticker, fill in the gap, and stick (with permission, obviously). More info here. They come in ones, tens and fifties — depends how much history you wish to […]

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