Drop in to Stonehenge Visitor Centre any time between 11am and 3pm on Friday 20 March and tell us about your family’s experiences during the Great War.
Did your family live in Wiltshire during the First World War? Did they join up to fight overseas or ‘do their bit’ back at home? If you have a story to tell about how your relatives helped the war effort during the First World War then we’d love to talk to you. Come along to the Stonehenge visitor centre and have a chat with us; bring along any photos, letters or diaries for us to look at – we’ll help you add your passed down family story to the Wiltshire at War: Community Stories collection.
This is a joint event between the Wiltshire at War project and Stonehenge exhibition and visitor centre. Kate Davies, General Manager of Stonehenge says, “We are delighted to be welcoming the Wiltshire at War team to Stonehenge for this valuable event, which sits really nicely alongside our Soldiers at Stonehenge exhibition, and are really looking forward to hearing some fascinating stories and meeting more of our neighbours.”
For more information, please ring Emma on 023 80262629 or get in touch with us through our contact page.