Archive for March, 2020

Free Peace Activities

As schools have closed down for most students amid the coronavirus pandemic, our education team has been busy creating educational resources to do at home. We have created activity sheets inspired by iconic figures from the peace movement and some based on education sessions we offer for schools. The activities are aimed at children aged […]

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Children’s Activities

Seeing as we’re closed for the time-being, we’ve decided to upload some of our resources for kids. You can download and print off the following activity sheets, usually found in the museum. Just click the links to download the .PDF files and print at home.   Peace Symbol Dreamcatcher Template   Peace colouring page   […]

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Museum Closure – Covid-19 Statement

In light of of the government’s latest advice for people to avoid non-essential contact, our board of Trustees have made the decision to close The Peace Museum from 18th March until 30th March, when we will review further. The health and safety of our staff, volunteers and visitors is of utmost importance to us at […]

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International Women’s Day: Vera Brittain

Vera Brittain    Born in December 1893, Vera Brittain was a feminist, nurse, author, and a figurehead of the pacifist movement in the early-twentieth century. Despite enjoying a comfortable childhood as the daughter of paper mill owners Thomas Brittain and Edith Brittain, her halcyon days were to come to an abrupt end at the age […]

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