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WWI project looking for volunteers

The Orange Lilies

The Orange Lilies project, aims to show the seismic changes in Brighton and Hove society as a result of the Somme. If you’re interested in WWI history related to Brighton and Hove, family history, local research, or working on creative projects with young people, then do get in touch with the project at the email at the bottom of this page.

We’re currently seeking Volunteer Archive Researchers to support knowledge and history throughout this project. If you’re interested in getting involved then do get in touch. Training will be given.

Archive Researchers will receive support and training to:

  • Visit and work in The Keep archive in Brighton on a number of occasions.
  • Visit the Rare Books Archive at Jubilee Library and other related venues
  • Attend events, exhibitions and outings related to The Orange Lilies project
  • Copy and write up the material gathered so that it can be used by the project and on the website

Skills Required:

  • Learn new skills and think creatively about material in archives
  • Persistence – to find information in archives
  • An interest in local history
  • A positive and imaginative approach to volunteering
  • Good interpersonal and team working skills

You can email Project Coordinator Nicola Benge to find out about training and activities:

strikealight@rocketmail.com

VISIT THE WEBSITE

https://theorangelilies.wordpress.com

This page was added on 21/07/2016.

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