New project activities – All welcome!

We’re pleased to be delivering some new activities and events in Brighton and Hove in 2016 and 2017 in partnership with Fabrica gallery, Gateways to the First World War, and Brighton and Hove Libraries and Information service, as well as The British Legion.

Portland Road School Hospital, Hove

With thanks to East Sussex in World War I project for permission to use these images

Our newest event which was agreed today, will take place from 1.30-3pm on 18th October at The British Legion pop in centre, 100 Queens Road, Brighton and will host a talk, slideshow and Q&A with The Orange Lilies project manager Nicola Benge. The session is free and tea and biscuits will be provided. Venue – The Royal British Legion pop in, 100-101 Queens Rd, Brighton BN1 3XF

We’ll be hosting a The Orange Lilies project afternoon with speakers and resources on 18th November in Brighton (Venue TBC) from 2-5pm, this is also a free and drop-in event, all welcome!

We’ve also now confirmed our final big event for the project on 30th June 2017 from 10am-4pm, and takes place at Jubilee Library, Brighton in the main space and will have speakers, film showings, plenary session, Q & As alongside academics and experts on Brighton and Hove in the Somme. this is a free, drop in event, but you’re also welcome to attend for the whole day too if you’d like!

The Orange Lilies project is delivered by

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In Partnership with the following organisations:

Brighton and hove libraries logo (1) Fablogo GFWW

with support from

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