Workshop: Exploring East Coast War Channels, 1914-1918
10 a.m. |
Location: North East
Scarborough, North Yorkshire
Discover and record the history of the East Coast War Channels in the First World War
This workshop will introduce participants to finding out about and recording First World War sites at the coast and offshore using apps and online resources. The workshop is intended for anyone with an interest in the conflict that took place off the east coast of England in the First World War. Whatever your interest - if you have dived WWI wrecks, are intrgued by local history or you have family connections to east coast seafarers - please join our workshop.
The workshop is being held at Scarborough Maritime Heritage Centre, an award-winning carity that is seeking to preserve the maritime legacy of Scarborough. The day will run from 10.00-16.00, with a practical, walk about session in the afternoon. For full details of the programme and to book tickets for the event see Eventbrite. Tickets for the workshop are free but spaces are limited to twelve tickets.
This workshop has been organised by Fjordr, working on behalf of Historic England, and is being run with Home Front Legacy and CITiZAN. For any questions about the event please contact the organiser, via Eventbrite.
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