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Sarah-anne                                                  issie

Dr Sarah-Anne Munoz                                                  Dr Issie MacPhail (Co-Investigator)

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If you have thoughts, photos, video or audio clips that you feel speak to the questions below then you can upload them in the form opposite. By uploading your thoughts and pictures here you can get them included in the project research. We would be delighted to have your help. Here are some questions to get you started: what words best describe life in Cromarty? if you had to choose a picture; a tune; a photo; a poem; a song and a story that says ‘Cromarty’ for you – what would they be? how has life in Cromarty helped and hindered you in achieving good times and good health or in coping with the very opposite

“hard times; sad times; mad times; good times; bad times; party times; times of loss and times of joy; times of health and times of illness…. every life is a strange patchwork of these things…”

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