CWGC Goes Live – in the garden

Note this online event tomorrow morning here in North America.


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Did you enjoy the first of our brand-new CWGC Live series last week?

Next up we have Director of Horticulture, David Richardson, who will be broadcasting live on our Facebook page at 2.30pm (UK time) on Thursday 16 April.

David will be giving you an insight into what it takes to garden around the world.

You can post your questions on our Facebook page here, or ask David directly during the live stream.

Can’t watch the event live? The live-stream recordings will be available to watch afterwards on our website here.

Watch CWGC Live here
Coming up on the CWGC Live series…

A Virtual Tour of Gallipoli with Historian, Max Dutton – 23 April

Into the Archives with Chief Archivist, Andrew Fetherston – 30 April

CWGC Architecture with Director of Works, Jon Gedling – 7 May

Listen to our brand-new podcast:
The 1.7 Million Stories of CWGC

With the help of colleagues from the CWGC, historians and special guests, we’ll explore some of the stories of those who lost their lives, the history of the World Wars and how we work today.

In our first episode, George Hay, CWGC’s Official Historian, looks at our work in Sub-Saharan Africa and discusses why there are war graves on the African continent.

Listen now
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