Join the curators and researchers to explore our Devon Voices 1914-1918: Home Front Stories exhibition. Hear about people whose lives reveal Devon’s social landscape 100 years ago. Our researchers share glimpses into the past through their discovery of first-hand accounts.
The first talk features a farmer, policeman, female driver and mechanic in the army service corps and a fisheries adviser.
The second talk focuses on a young sailor, an entertainer, an older man and a woman’s work with refugees.
The ticket price includes tea, coffee and cake, followed by a unique opportunity to chat with the project researchers and curators.