LIFE LINES IS RECRUITING NEW MEMBERS!
Do you want to join a local historical research group,
Have an interest in local and family history during World War One…
Then Life Lines wants you!
Contact Dave Wilkinson, the Life Lines Volunteer Co-ordinator on firstname.lastname@example.org or 07866917527
REMEMBERING THE BATTLE OF THE SOMME
The Life Lines Interaction Station was recently featured in a special event at Nottinghamshire County Council to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Battle of the Somme.
FUNDING APPROVED FOR DEVELOPMENT OF LIFE LINES IN SCHOOLS PROJECT
The Heritage Lottery Fund has awarded £10,000 to Culture Syndicates CIC to take Life Lines’ WWI research into Nottinghamshire schools as part of their First World War: then and now programme.
Using research compiled by the Life Lines group Culture Syndicates is creating a sensory handling box for Key Stage 3 pupils. The box will contain a variety of objects relating to the First World War including photographs, diaries and maps which students can hold and interact with in order to stimulate discussion. It will enable students to engage with stories of their relatives and local people during World War One.
To enquire about the project and using the box
Please contact Sacha Springthorpe on email@example.com
THE LIFE LINES COLLECTION BOOK IS AVAILABLE
You can download the book here and explore the stories of local Nottinghamshire people during the First World War.