Focus on FEPOW day
Focus on FEPOW Day - 15 Feb is the anniversary of the fall of Singapore (1942), a date of huge significance in the War in the Pacific during the Second World War.
Throughout the day we will have guided exhibition tours by exhibition researchers Meg Parkes and Geoff Gill – Maximum of 12 people per tour. Start times (20 -30 mins per tour)
Throughout the day we will have a number of drop-in workshops, along with guided exhibition tours by exhibition researchers Meg Parkes and Geoff Gill – Maximum of 12 people per tour. Start times (20 -30 mins per tour):
To book a place on one of the tours please do so on Eventbrite.
Nor Iron Bars is a talk by Jane Davies, Curator, Lancashire Infantry Museum. Jane will use personal diaries, Nor Iron Bars (a magazine produced by the men) objects and artwork from the men 2nd Battalion, the Loyal Regiment and their experiences imprisoned in Changi and Keijo camps: No booking required:
11am - 11.30am
11.45am - 12.15pm
12.30pm - 13:00
FEPOW Family Descendants Families Oral History project
Gill Wareing, web manager at Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine will have tips and guides on how to add your stories on to our online FEPOW Family Descendants Families Oral History project. (Drop-in)
Introduction to conservation workshops by James Caverhill, who conserved and framed most of the artwork for the exhibition – Maximum of 20 people per session:
11am – 11.45am
12.30pm – 1.15pm
2.15pm – 3.30pm
The many, many uses of bamboo
An activity session led by Ness Garden, University of Liverpool
Find out about the many properties and varieties of this incredible plant and try your hand at making simple bamboo wind chimes and paper making.
13.30 - 13.50
13.55 - 14.15
14.20 - 14.40
14.45 - 15.05
15.10 - 15.30
There are 10 places per 20 min workshop, please book a place on eventbrite.