'Berwick and the First World War' is an exhibition in the Guild Hall, with displays, talks and children's activities. The event runs on Saturday 10th (10am-4pm) and Sunday 11th (12noon-4pm) November 2018.
A provisional programme of talks is listed below.
SATURDAY 10th NOVEMBER
11am - The poetry of Noel Hodgson: War Poet - Sir Philp & Ann Mawer
12noon - The Aftermath in Berwick - short talk followed by guided tour round “The Aftermath” exhibition at the Barracks at 1pm - Nigel Sumerling
2pm - The Navy and the First World War - Jim Gibson
3pm - Landed Northumbrians at War - Sir Edward Grey, Sir Charles Trevelyan and Mike Fraser
SUNDAY 11th NOVEMBER
12.15pm - The War Memorials in St Andrews, Wallace Green Church: The Stories behind the Names - Linda Bankier
1pm - "From Scareship to Luxury Transport---Airships over Berwick" - Phil Rowett
2.15pm - The poetry of Noel Hodgson: War Poet - Sir Philip and Ann Mawer
3pm - “Does My Country really need me?” The work of the Berwick upon Tweed Military Service Tribunal 1916-1918
On Sunday, a Book of Remembrance will be available for people to sign. It will be preserved permanently in Berwick Archives.
For further details please contact: 01289 301865 or email@example.com
|Berwick and the First World War takes place at...|
|Berwick Town Hall & Cell Block Museum, Berwick-upon-Tweed (Museums and galleries)|
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Sat 10th Nov 2018 - 10am-4pm
Sun 11th Nov 2018 - 12noon-4pm
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