After the end of WWI hundreds of war memorials were created across the county, most of them very different. How did people decide what they would look like? How did they go about raising the money and organising the creation? How did they decide who would be included? Within the archives are the minutes of the All Saints Worcester War Memorial Committee, which tells the story of one such memorial. We’ll look at how they went about it, how they had to change their plans, and some of the men commemorated.
We’ll broadcast the talk on YouTube, and it will be available on our account afterwards if you can’t catch it at the time.