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Worthing's WW1 discovery trail

1st July- 1st september 2014.

 

Supported by The National Lottery through the

Heritage fund, we produced an interactive

project, inspiring young people to commemorate

the Centenary of WW1.

Valuable unrecorded material was shared through

our WW1 discovery trail in Worthing town centre.

 

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INSPIRED BY ALL OUR RESEARCH AND TRAIL,

follow Jack's footsteps & read his letters to discover

what life was like in 1914.

 

 

 

Worthing Pier had an exhibition dedicated to our project.

Featuring illustrations by children attending workshops,

exploring and learning about Worthing's heritage,

social history and the lasting effects of the Great War.

 

 

 

Discovery trail on the Pier

 

Thanks also to Worthing Borough Council, Worthing Community Central, Community House, West Sussex County Council & Michael Jones for their valued support and sponsorship for this project.

Special thanks to all our volunteers, art students and the following people who made this trail possible:

 

Paul Holden, historian and editior of Worthing Journal  

Wayne Batchelor, historian

Jackie Usher, research librarian

Hazel Imbert, creative writer

 

 

 

 

 

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