Organised by Gateways to the First World War:
A free workshop exploring the First World War records held at The Keep, Brighton, on Friday 8th July 2016 – 10:00 – 15:30
Are you working on a First World War community heritage project in Brighton, Hove and Sussex for the centenary? Or are you hoping to develop such a project and would benefit from some research guidance and advice around funding? Would you like to learn more about FWW resources held at The Keep and Brighton Museum such as The Pavilion Blues (a magazine produced at the hospital for limbless soldiers 1916-1919) or Rudyard Kipling’s FWW letters (from his son John serving in France).
Perhaps you would like to work with newspapers or tribunals from the FWW and could do with some training around how to make the most of them. If this is the case, then make sure to book a place on this forthcoming workshop at The Keep archive and historical resources centre.