World War I Lecture Series: Home Comforts: The Role of the Red Cross Auxiliary Hospitals

@ The Bowes Museum

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27 May 2017

2.30pm

£3.00 (inc. refreshments) or free with admission or for Museum Friends

Explore the role of the Red Cross and the work of volunteers to aid the recovery of the wounded and sick soldiers sent to the North of England, through this interactive and hands-on talk and display presented by Anne Wall and Eileen Brereton, former nurses themselves and co-authors of Home Comforts: The Role of Red Cross Auxiliary Hospitals in North Riding of Yorkshire 1914-1919.

Venue
The Bowes Museum
Barnard Castle
County Durham
DL12 8NP

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