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Haworth 1940’s Day 2021 gallery

  • A lady dressed as a Red Cross Commandant visits our stand visits our stand
  • A visitor signs our guest book.
  • Some very senior RAF officers came along to speak to us.
  • A lady dressed as a trained nurse visits our stand
  • Two American Army soldiers visit our stand.
  • Visitors to our stand.
  • Some of Haworth Home Guard having a chat with us.
  • Our Men of Worth and Women of Worth Volunteers
  • Haworth Home Guard unit visit our stand!
Our members at the stand for Haworth 1940's Day, 25th September 2021

 

 

We had a great day engaging with members of the public at Haworth 1940's Day and telling them all about our research.

Our volunteers on the stand at Haworth 1940's Day. From left to right, Andy Wade, Laura Goodchild, Carole Hodge, Kat Hyde and Ian Walkden.

 

 

Members of Haworth Home Guard Unit who kindly came over for a photoshoot on the day. Thank you gentlemen!
Photo supplied by kind courtesy of Allen Ambridge.

Haworth Home Guard unit visit our stand!
Visitors to our stand at Haworth 1940's Day, 25th September 2021

 

 

A very nice lady visitor dressed as a trained nurse who came to our stand and discovered about our research on local nurses who served in wartime.

 

 

A very nice lady visitor dressed as a WW2 Red Cross Commandant, and was very interested in our research on local nurses who served in wartime.

Visitors to our stand at Haworth 1940's Day, 25th September 2021

Joseph Wright

Private Joseph Wright, 1st Battalion Cameronians (Scottish Rifles) Service number 41865. Formerly 201587, Royal Scots Regiment. [caption id="attachment_5402" align="alignnone" width="219"] Private Joseph Wright.[/caption] Joseph was born in Haworth on July 1, 1875 and baptised at St Michael and All Angels Church on September 26. Parents William Edwin and Mary Wright. William was an engine tenter.…
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