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26th March 2021
On Tuesday 30 March 2021 Worcester City Council are asked to formally adopt a modern twinning arrangement with Gouzeaucourt the village they aided after the War as part of the British League of Help in 1921
2nd March 2021
A webinar has been held recently on the Military Service Tribunals by Professor John Peters of Newman University introducing the resources we have produced from the Redditch records
11th November 2020
In 2018 WWW100 brought the Cavell Van that bore the body of the Unknown Warrior across the Channel to the Severn Valley Railway. Today is the centenary of his burial and the unveiling of the Cenotaph in London
22nd May 2019
The Worcestershire World War One Hundred Project was recognised at the highest level when Project Leaders Adrian Gregson and Gillian Roberts were invited to one of the Royal Garden parties at Buckingham Palace.
8th March 2019
Today we remember Woodbine Willie - Geoffrey Anketell Studdert Kennedy - who died on this day 90 years ago.
19th February 2019
Fashioning Peace: Life and Liberty after the Great War opens at Worcestershire County Museum at Hartlebury Castle on Saturday 2 March and runs throughout 2019.
17th January 2019
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.
28th December 2018
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.
15th November 2018
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.
5th November 2018
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.