STROUD RADICAL HISTORY:
ALTERNATIVE HERITAGE WALK, Friday 12 October 2018
World War 1 – Blue Plaques Walk, commemorating those who fell in a foreign field, and those who died at home from their injuries, remembering fallen soldiers and also conscientious objectors, and the families devastated by the war.
We will explore Nailsworth and some of the surrounding villages, sharing our families’ WW1 stories, with some performances of WW1 themed poetry. There will be contributions on tangential themes from other members of Radical Stroud. If YOU have any stories or poems to share, bring them along.
Meet at 9:30 at Nailsworth bus station. (You could catch the 9:08 Number 63 ‘Forest Green’ bus from Stroud Merrywalks.)
No need to book for the walk, just turn up. Allow six hours. Bring refreshments. There will be a short stop at a pub or cafe for a drink, en route, and the option for refreshment after the walk in Nailsworth.
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