About The WW1 Timeline

Volunteer soldiers in 1914, probably taken at Brocklesby Park, Grimsby. (c) North Lincolnshire Museum Service.

This timeline explores the impact of the First World War on the Humber region through museum and archive collections.

It was created through a partnership between the museum services in Hull, the East Riding of Yorkshire and North Lincolnshire, supported by Arts Council England, to mark the centenary of the First World War. The ‘Joining Up the Humber’ project revealed new and challenging stories about the conflict, bringing a local perspective to a global event. We have also created First World War learning resources specifically for teachers and students at www.mylearning.org/joiningupthehumberww1

The images, documents and films in this timeline are reproduced by permission of the relevant museum service. Please note the copyright restrictions attached to individual collection items.

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Heritage Learning brings human stories to life through diverse art and heritage collections. We work with nine museum and heritage sites across Hull and thousands of artefacts, artworks and documents to offer inspirational learning experiences to people of all ages.

N LINCS LOGONorth Lincolnshire Museum Service provides an award-winning Inspired Learning schools programme from Early Years Foundation to Key Stage Four. Our hands-on workshops across five venues, including the beautiful Normanby Hall Country Park,  include historic and outdoor activities for learning outside the classroom. We also provide an outreach workshop and school loan box service.

The East Riding Museum Service runs five venues including Skidby Mill, Beverley Guildhall and Sewerby Hall near Bridlington. We provide school visits and workshops for teachers, memory boxes for loan to schools and community groups, self-directed resources to support independent learning at our museum sites, and online resources.

 

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If you have any queries or feedback about this website please contact heritage-learning@hullcc.gov.uk or call us on 01482 318733.

 

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