Join us for a day of special activities from 12 noon on Saturday 13th October 2018 at Newsome Scout Hall to commemorate the end of World War One and to celebrate the beginning of Votes for Women and the creation of the Women’s Institute.
Newsome Church will also be open so that you can view the parish war memorial.
Learn about Newsome & Huddersfield in the war years:
World War One displays and artefacts | Find out about the men who are listed on our local war memorials | Ordinary Men Regimental Heritage Project | Pop Up Museum | Vote 100 | Women’s roles in wartime Britain | Free showing of the film “Suffragette” | Try wartime games, crafts and activities | Newsome’s Silent Soldier
Share your family stories, photos or objects
Displays and activities are open from 12 noon to 5pm.
Community cinema from 6pm.
Poetry Workshop from 2pm to 4pm in St John’s Church.
W.I. Cafe – Refreshments on sale from Tea and Tarts,
the Huddersfield Central Women’s Institute.
Organised by: Newsome Ward Community Forum.
With our thanks to the One Community Foundation (Stephen Wood Fund).
We are also grateful for the excellent help we’ve received from Huddersfield Local Studies Library.