BBC Domesday is finally Reloaded!
Twenty five years ago the BBC published the Domesday Project, now after many years we've made the community disc archive available to all and created the Domeday Reloaded website - and as of today it's now live!
If you've never seen your contribution or just want to explore pictures from the past, then this is the place to do it. There are over 150,000 text entries and around 23,000 images from all over the UK - contributed by school children, community groups and the general public. It's a real snapshot of life and a nostalgic look back at the 80s.
Now the archive is available online we also need your help. We want to bring this project into the present day, compare how life in Britain has changed - and how some things have stayed the same. We're asking you to send us updated pictures and stories from your area via the Domesday Reloaded website.
In November 2011 the website will be handed over to The National Archives. With their help and expertise in web archiving and digital preservation, this valuable resource will be available to the public for generations to come.