The Hive falls silent to remember the fallen on Armistice Day
14th November 2017
On Saturday 11 November members of the public joined the Worcestershire World War One Hundred team and Discover History to remember the fallen.
To coincide with the silence at 11am three children joined members of the team to scatter poppies from the third floor in The Hive. Avennah Morgan aged 5, Genie Morgan aged 4 and Alys Roberts-King aged 6 contributed to what was a poignant moment for all those attending on the day.
During the afternoon over 60 people joined the team from The Infirmary and George Marshall Medical Museum as they welcome guest speakers, Dr Emily Mayhew, Dr Rebecca Wynter and Dr Alice Brumby who explored the impact the First World War had on medicine across the County. You can read more about their talks here.