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“They Shall Grow Not Old …” offers Commemorative Displays & Educational Presentations

Are you looking for First World War displays and educational presentations to bring your event to life?  The team from ‘They Shall Grow Not Old’ may be the ones for you.

Commemorative Displays

We offer comprehensive ‘Show & Tell’ interactive displays of First World War artefacts, equipment, posters, weapons (all weapons used are deactivated)  and uniform to add background atmosphere of an event, with opportunities for ‘hands-on’ artefact handling and discussion with visitors.

We encourage event organisers to ask visitors to bring in their own memorabilia of the First World War – including family photos, medals, letters and other items. We can help identify and date these while placing them into context within the wider events of the War.

Looking for a speaker for your event? We can offer a ‘Learning Conversation’ about life for soldiers during the First World War supported by our extensive displays.

Educational Presentations

We are able to provide interactive presentations on a range of First World War subjects specifically tailored to any audience from schools to universities, clubs and societies, and the workplace.

Our presentations are the perfect way to start a First World War project, support an exhibition of pupils’ or students’ work, or as a ‘scene-setter’ in preparation for a visit to the battlefields of Europe.

Family Research

In return for a donation to our chosen charity – The Forces Children’s Trust, we are able to provide help in researching the history of those who served during the First World War.

Contact Information

For more details please telephone either:

David Hanmore + 44 (0)1892 684085 or Peter Zieminski +44 (0)7748 326411

or email us at: theyshallgrownotold@gmail.com or visit our website at: www.theyshallgrownotold.org.uk

Please note: there is a charge for these services but all monies raised will be donated to our chosen Charity – The Forces Children’s Trust.