Mount School work on York Minster women at Fulford Local History Society event

We are really pleased to be able to help out the Fulford Local History society with their event at St Oswald’s Church Hall on the morning of Saturday 18th October.  Last year the Creative Arts Project History team worked very hard to produce narratives about women who died in World War 1.  These women are some of those commemorated on the panels in York Minster next to the Five Sisters window, which is the memorial to the women of the British Empire who died in the conflict.  This work now forms a display which was used in Thirsk for their town centenary commemorations.  It will be in Fulford next week, and next spring it will be part of the York Castle Museum’s 1914-1918 exhibition.  We are really proud of all the girls hard work in putting together such a high quality presentation of these women who did such varied service.  It is lovely that other people are able to enjoy and learn from their work.


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