Date(s) - 20/11/2013
9:30 am - 3:30 pm
Essex Record Office
Facilitators: Sarah Girling and Tony Morrison
This course is for anyone researching the Great War in a museum or an archive. Speakers will include subject specialists with ‘real – life’ examples of stories of people and communities from the Essex home front during the First World War. The training is being offered as part of the Heritage Lottery and Essex County Council funded project – Now the Last Poppy has Fallen.
Paul Rusiecki is author of The Impact of Catastrophe, a book which tells the story of the people of Essex during the First World War.
Rachel Duffet is a lecturer from the University of Essex.
Ken Crowe is a curator at Southend Museums and has recently written a book on the Great War
Plus there will be other contributors from the Essex Record Office and museums.
Information about traveling to the Essex Record Office can be found here.
Bookings are closed for this event.