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Experience a ride on a steam train, a tour of the Cavell Van, a visit to Highley Engine House and Museum, talks on the First World War, and the Cavell legacy, and Q&A with experts in their field
9th May 2018
On his final day of his Memorial Bike Ride, David Waite rode for 60 miles, read about this final route here.
7th May 2018
Day 4, 7 May is the Remember the Fallen Route and the longest for David Waite at 110 miles! Read about the route here and find out about two casualties remembered on the memorials along the way.
5th May 2018
Day 3 of David Waite's Worcestershire War Memorial Bike Rides started in Worcester at the Cathedral and ended over 60 miles later in Hanley Castle. Read more about the route and discoveries David made along the way.
3rd May 2018
Day 2 of the Worcestershire War Memorial Bike Rides sees David Waite take The Tommy Atkins Route, a ride of 78 miles. Read about the casualties commemorated on the memorials on this route.
1st May 2018
David Waite begins his War Memorial Bike Ride with a steady 51.9 miles ride. Read more about the route he took and the stories of two of the casualties commemorated on the Memorials he visited.
26th April 2018
Local Worcestershire man David Waite is commemorating the centenary of the Armistice (effectively the end of World War One) with a bike ride taking in most free-standing War Memorials across the County.
25th April 2018
At dawn today, services were held across the globe to commemorate ANZAC Day in memory of the Australian and New Zealand troops who gave their lives to help win the First World War.
Worcestershire World War One Hundred Project Director Adrian Gregson has made a personal journey of remembrance to the Western Front read more here.
27th March 2018
In May the People's Collection will be coming to Bromsgrove. We would like to borrow objects from WW1 that would help us tell the story of WW1 in your area.