WW1 Today: For community groups with ambitions for their own First World War projects

    Activity: Talk or presentation typesPublic lecture/debate/seminar

    Keith Lilley - Organiser

    This free event, held at the Armstrong Building at Newcastle University, is aimed at any community groups who have an idea for a First World War project, regardless of its scale, the stage of development it has reached, or whether you have funding. Groups who have successfully completed HLF-funded projects will talk about their experiences of developing and running them, and expert advice will be on hand from the WW1 engagement centre teams to assist participants in developing their projects. Advisers from the HLF will talk through some of the practical aspects of applying, and there will be a forum for individuals and groups to discuss their ideas.
    01 Jun 2017

    Event (Workshop)

    TitleLiving Legacies 1914-18: WW1 Today: For community groups with ambitions for their own First World War projects<br/>
    Period01/06/2017 → …
    Web address (URL)
    LocationArmstrong Building, Newcastle University
    CityNewcastle-upon-Tyne
    CountryUnited Kingdom
    Degree of recognitionNational event
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