Worcestershire World War One Hundred team host exclusive guided visit and talks.
Event will commemorate the centenary of the end of hostilities.
Part of the Worcestershire World War One Hundred programme.
School’s fallen heroes remembered through competition winner’s films.
Augmented reality exhibition to be showcased.
Deeds of local man in wartime to be marked.
Arts group to tell story of industrial effect on WWI.
Pupils from schools in Birmingham have been taking inspiration from peace activists of the past.
Event is part of UK-wide memorial to mark battle’s centenary.
Three hours of programmes will tell story of batttle.
Comemmoration event for church centre.
Centenary of battle to be marked.
Leading arts group exploring Great War peace campaigns.
Century-old script receives world premiere as forgotten Birmingham anti-war play revived.
Multi-million pound grant to mark anniversary of foundation.
Women & Theatre encouraging local people to get involved in their new WW1 project.
BBC historian brings tales of forgotten heroes.
World War One In the Words of Worcestershire People to show personal insights of conflict.
Visit a Pop-up First World War Field Post Office at Colalbrookdale.
Caribbean servicemen to be honoured.
A Worcestershire initiative set up to mark the anniversary of the First World War is asking for help from country residents.
The RAF Museum Cosford will be commemorating the 100th anniversary of the outbreak of World War One with two more exhibitions that begin this month.
Birmingham City Council and the Royal British Legion scoop a Gold and the President’s Award at Chelsea Flower Show.
Ironbridge exhibition to open in April.
A poignant new free exhibition, Last Post: Remembering the First World War, will explore the effect of the events of 1914-18 on the Post Office, its people and the contribution of postal communications to the war effort.