When you hear the word ‘Fratton’ what does it mean to you? In your mind what is the area like? What kinds of things are there?
‘Fratton Big Local’ commissioned a film to help in drawing together a Community Profile as part of the process in identifying how to allocate the £1million Big Lottery funding the community has to spend over the next 10 years. The film traces a day in Fratton and seeks to give a brief insight in to the area, what it is like to live and work there and some of the things already happening. It also starts to highlight some of the issues raised by the local community as part of the consultations that they would like to see the funds used to address.
The film can be viewed below and will be shown publicly as part of a 4 day public event beginning at St Mary’s Church in Fratton Road on Thursday Oct 4th and continuing on the 5th, 6th and 7th October in a pop up shop at 83 Fratton Road.
The film was made for Fratton Big Local by Strong Island Media.
You can find out more at frattonbiglocal.org.uk.