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  • International Womens Group explored the connection between Scottish haggis and similar dishes from countries such as Syria, Iran and Egypt.
  • The 19th-century tiled floor of Garnethill Synagogue was repaired by a specialist tiler working with a young apprentice, and is now enjoyed by all…
  • Fashioning Africa is a museum collections project involving the local communities in developing Brighton Museum’s collection of African textiles, photographs and art relating to…
  • Volunteers explored the hidden history of Indian soldiers who served alongside British troops on the Western Front.
  • A timely exploration of the life of Walter Tull, the first black player for Tottenham Hotspur FC, and one of the first black soldiers…
  • Cultures CIC led a First World War project put together by the young people in the Teesside area which explored the contributions of African…
  • The Curious Incident of the Gurkha Knife shared the role of South Asian soldiers in the First World War through live performances and an…
  • Narrative Eye helped London community groups research how people from Africa and the Caribbean contributed to the First World War.
  • Catholic and Protestant communities were brought together in this project investigating the impact of the First World War on the local area.
  • Women of the North East explore their region's incredible connection to the First World War and Suffrage movement

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