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'Voices of World War I' Creative Workshop

- delivered by Emma Golby-Kirk

Actors Annie Sanger-Davis and Nate Stafford-King perform a rehearsed reading of a 30 minute play crafted from the diaries, letters and artifacts of real people, which are held in the Hampshire Record Office

'Voices of World War I' Creative Workshop Groups and organisations thinking of running WWI centenary events should definitely pay a visit to the county's archive in Winchester. Membership is free (with photo and address I.D.) and it opens a door to literally thousands of WWI related items - some of which have been through the blood and mud of the trenches. Stories abound.






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