We’ll be meeting for our final Conversation cafe as part of the Fabrica focused The Boys on the Plaque project in Brighton next Wednesday 12th October from 2.30-4.30pm in the Rare Books room (Tony Miler Reading Room) at Jubilee Library, Jubilee Square, Brighton
We had a really enjoyable Conversation Cafe this week as part of the HLF funded The Boys on the Plaque project in Brighton with local community publisher QueenSpark Books who specialise in projects about Brighton and Hove’s history.
This session will host visitors from the WWI themed Brighton’s Graphic War book project from QueenSpark Books, and a look at an earlier book Brighton the Graphic Novel on e-readers.
Keep the Home Fires Burning event –
Heritage Open Days (Free)
Thursday 8th September 1-4pm (Drop in):
A creatively curated drop-in daytime event, with free workshops, exhibitions, talks, and cafe.
Thanks to Gateways to the First World War academic Dr Anne Logan who attended our July Conversation Cafes session (for the Fabrica gallery led The Boys on the Plaque project).
The next free Conversation Cafe session for The Boys on the Plaque project takes place this month on Wednesday July 13th 2.30-4.30pm. The session will be in the Tony Miller Reading Room AKA Rare Books Archive on the Second Floor of Jubilee Library, Brighton.
Our free WWI reminiscence CONVERSATION CAFÉS continue this month, taking place on the second Wednesday of every month.
This month’s session is on Wednesday 9th March at Jubilee Library, Brighton from 2.30-4.30pm. All welcome!
We’ll be looking at the rich history of stoolball from its early origins, via the Victorians and WWI through to the present day, specifically in the rehabilitaton of injured soldiers. This will be presented by Stoolball England officer Anita Broad.
Conversations Cafes still to come as part of the Boys on the Plaque WWI project in Brighton – All free and all welcome!
In our March session of Conversation cafes at Brighton’s Jubilee Library for the Boys on the Plaque project, we’ll look at the rich history of stoolball from its early origins, via the Victorians and WWI through to the present day. This will be presented by Stoolball England officer Anita Broad.
Conversation Cafes yesterday with much to share on the theme of family memories of WWI with a number of the group bringing in artefacts, letters, maps and more of near and distant relatives who’d served or fallen during the Great War.