National Museums Northern Ireland and Living Legacies will host a roadshow at the Ulster Museum in Belfast on Thursday, September 24.

The event is a chance for the public to share family stories from throughout the First World War period - including those working in factories, mills or the shipyards.

Organisers are keen to hear from anyone with family ties to the period in order to collect, digitise and preserve stories from 100 years ago. Anyone interested in attending is encouraged to bring along any interesting objects or artefacts from the time.

This roadshow is free to attend. For more information and to book a place, contact Fiona Byrne at the Ulster Museum at: fiona.byrne@nmni.com

Event Details

Address

Ulster Museum
Botanic Gardens
Belfast
Antrim
BT9 5AB

Date

Thursday, September 24, 2015 (All day)

Centenary Event

Tickets and further information

Roadshow: Family histories of the First World War - stories and objects