We have had the following email from Luke Hagan, Digital Programme Coordinator at the Exeter Phoenix.

Dear Lympstone Film Society, 
I wanted to get in touch to let you know about our callout for participants to take part in our Exeter Cinema Heritage Project, and to see if it would be of any interest to anyone at the Lympstone Entertainments and Film Society?
We’re looking for people aged 60+ who would be willing to be interviewed as part of a series of short documentary films being created for the project. We’re hoping to capture the stories and memories of Exeter’s cinema history, and how it has shaped the culture and landscape of the city.  We’re keen to hear from anyone who can share their earliest memories of going to the cinema in Exeter.
The Exeter Cinema Heritage Project is funded by the National Lottery Heritage Fund. The project aims to capture stories of older residents, recording the memories and oral histories of cinema in Exeter, and the impact it has had. You can read more about it here: https://exeterphoenix.org.uk/announcing-the-exeter-cinema-heritage-project/ 
I’ve attached a copy of the flyer with callout details.
Luke Hagan