Trench Brothers (Clitheroe)

Saturday, 11 November 2017 from 12:00 - 16:00


Until Sunday 7th January 2018. This free interactive exhibition is a creative response to the untold stories of ethnic minority soldiers in the First World War. Focussing on 8 individuals the exhibition introduces the context of soldiers from the Indian Army, British West Indies and black British soldiers.

It includes photographic documentation highlighting key elements of their military life and experiences; Children’s artwork created in response to the soldiers’ lives; Interactive elements to explore rations and uniforms and a range of artefacts including model puppets.

Events include "Life at the Front Line" – an interactive comparison with former serving soldiers on the 11th November and "Curator’s Corner" on the 28th November to explore the history of your own WW1 items.

For more information, please contact us

This exhibition is free, no ticket required.

Museum Admission:
Adults £4.30
Concessions £3.20
Young People 13 - 18 years Free
Accompanied Children 0 - 12 years Free

Trench Brothers image is by Clive Barda