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More Exciting Content on the Way! Whilst our main business is delivering high quality WW2 workshops for schools, we also hope to inspire parents, teachers and students outside of school to take an interest in their local history. With that in mind, we're going to be creating more free content on our website and YouTube channel to share useful tools and information to help make this easier for those don't know where to start, or are looking for ideas. We'll be exploring resources available online, as well as people and organisations you can approach for information. There are so many places out there with amazing stories to tell and some of them are right on your doorstep! Sign up to our mail

Winter in Wartime.

As the cold blasts sweep across the UK and snow and ice grips the country, thoughts turn to those who are less fortunate than ourselves. From a wartime perspective, our thoughts might be turn towards those who were and are being made homeless by war, or those men and women who found themselves, or now find themselves, bitten by the winter weather in their line of duty. Winter in the Trenches Back in the First World War War men struggled to keep warm as the elements became an additional enemy in their fight for survival. Restricted in space and their inability to move around constantly to stay warm, the harsh conditions must have had a profound effect on the men. As Christmas Day approach

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