With great pride our educational programmes feature the opportunity to listen to a Holocaust survivor share their story, and to ask them questions. Sadly, we are well aware that this opportunity is not one that will always be present. Our family of survivors is growing smaller, age, health, and distance are battles to be faced and time with them is being lost every minute.

The Centre has introduced ‘The Forever Project’ in an effort to contribute towards keeping the testimony and memory of Holocaust survivors alive so that their experience can be shared long into the future. The work that they do and the impact they make on all lucky enough to hear them speak in future needs to be preserved and honoured.

Currently ten Holocaust survivors from our family at the Centre have recorded their testimony for the project. The technology shows viewers a 3d digital projection of the speaker sat on stage as they share their testimony. Visitors have the opportunity to ask the questions that they would as if they were with the speaker personally, and will receive a response. In order to do this, several hundred questions were asked of the speaker and all answers were recorded so that these questions can be answered time and time again.

Currently Steven Frank’s testimony is available through the Forever Project.

Steven Frank was born in Amsterdam and after one morning in 1943 he never saw his father again. Steven was taken to Barneveld with his remaining family to Westerbork Transit Camp and was then moved to Theresienstadt. He was liberated in May of 1945 with his Mother and brothers.

Steven talks regularly at the Centre and it is his testimony that has first been portrayed by the Forever Project.

The Centre is delighted to announce that Steven Frank's testimony will be available to hear on Sunday 10th December 2017 between 13:00pm and 14.30 p.m.

The Centre will be open from 10.00 a.m. until 4.30 p.m. to allow members of the public to visit the exhibitions and memorial gardens.

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