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  • Art of the Great War - Paintings go on show at The Guildhall

    Art of the Great War, a collection of fifty original paintings and prints from World War One, collected and selected by John Noott will go on show at The Guildhall in Worcester from 2 February until 1 March 2019.

  • Some felt the general election was rushed given the flu epidemic and with many male voters still overseas. It was the first general election in which women could vote.

  • Worcester remembers - Armistice 100

    From 9 - 11 November people from across Worcester came out in their Hundreds to the many events, services and activities taking place as part of the Armistice 100 commemorations.

  • Dance, Bell Tent, Film and Lectures - Armistice activities at The Hive

    Dance, the World War One Bell Tent, film screenings of the iconic 1916 and 1917 restored films and lectures all form part of the Worcestershire World War One Hundred Armistice activities at The Hive on Friday 9 and Saturday 10 November, all FREE.

  • Gheluvelt Park commemorates the Centenary of Armistice Day

    On October 31 the Worcestershire and Sherwood Foresters Regimental Association hosted a ceremony at the Worcestershire Regimental Stone in Worcester’s Gheluvelt Park.

  • Four years in the making The People’s Collection arrives at The Hive

    The People’s Collection arrives at The Hive having visited venues across Worcestershire since May 2018. The exhibition features letters, photographs and objects loaned by people across the County and has been four years in the making.

  • Armistice activities at Worcester City Museum & Art Gallery

    Join the team at Worcester City Museum & Art Gallery on Sunday 11 November for remembrance themed activities and performances from 11am – 4pm as part of the County’s Armistice commemorations.

  • Armistice events planned for Worcester

    Armistice events will take place across Worcester from Friday 9 November through to and during 11 November, which events do you plan to attend?

  • Harvey's War Letters - Uplifting Remembrance

    The Cavan Trio present a programme of moving cello and piano music, written by WW1 composers and the reading of letters written from the trenches by the cellist's grandfather, Harvey G. Frost.

  • Lest We Forget

    Lest We Forget

    10th October 2018

    Following the Great War, the village of Areley Kings raised £235 to build a war memorial for the 14 young men that lost their lives in the conflict. Lest We Forget tells the stories of these young men and the building of the war memorial.