I hope you find the e-newsletter keeps you up-to-date with what’s going on with the First World War project. But it’s sometimes a good idea to meet in person. Each year during the project, we’ve had an Open Meeting where anyone can come along and find out what we’ve achieved and so far and what we’re planning for the next year. So I invite you to an Open Meeting on Wednesday 25th April at 2.30 until about 4.00.
We’ll meet in the Jubilee Room and there’ll be coffee/tea and biscuits. Please let me know if you intend coming – that’s to help with the catering arrangements – but don’t worry if you can only decide at the last minute.
This year is special. It includes the centenary of the Armistice, and this year Armistice Day and Remembrance Sunday fall on the same date – Sunday 11 November. We have an exhibition planned to highlight the project running from late autumn to early spring. It is also the last financial year for the project and there are still things we’d like to do.
Why not come along and see what we’ve achieved and hear about our plans for this centenary year? And we’d love to hear if you have an idea you’d like to suggest for any of our events and activities. Even if you can’t come to the Open Meeting, we’d love to hear your ideas and comments at Judith.firstname.lastname@example.org