Trench Brothers

Trench Brothers – Lancashire Tour: An update

The touring Trench Brothers Exhibition has enjoyed a fantastic stay at the Lancaster Maritime Museum and Fylde Gallery and is currently on display at Clitheroe Castle, alongside a programme of family events. It uses elements of the Trench Brothers project to introduce the context of soldiers from the Indian Army, British West Indies and black […]

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Trench Brothers Exhibition

Today sees the launch of our long awaited Trench Brothers exhibition! Touring three locations around Lancashire, the interactive exhibition is a creative response to the untold stories of ethnic minorities in the First World War.For further details, check out the dedicated exhibition page on this website and feel free to explore and discover more about the project.

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Trench Brothers – Lancashire Tour

Trench Brothers is our First World War project that brings to life the lives of Black and Indian soldiers and commemorates their contributions. After running the project in schools around London, this summer saw the project taken on a tour around Lancashire in partnership with the Heritage Team at Lancashire County Council. The tour covered […]

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Trench Brothers visit Parliament

Heritage Lottery Fund’s Understanding WW1 Event Trench Brothers made a great impact at Heritage Lottery Fund’s Understanding WW1 event at the Houses of Parliament yesterday, after which local MP David Burrows tweeted that the puppets were the star attraction! HMDT Music’s Creative Director Tertia Sefton-Green and Projects Coordinator Helen Kelly are pictured with David Burrows […]

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