The Remembrance Image Project aims to deliver an image library of immediate value during the centenary of the First World War, and of lasting value to future generations.
There are lots of ways you can get involved:
- follow this blog, and get involved in the online discussions about the images and other blog postings which appear here
- share your own images of remembrance either via our Twitter feed, or on our Facebook page. These might be images from the Western Front, or from remembrance parades or war memorials local to you
- if you are part of a group that would like a presentation on the work of the project, then please contact us. We are happy to talk to all types of group, including community groups, school groups, retirement gatherings, library meetings, history groups, camera clubs and others.
- if you have a knowledge of the war on the western front, you might like to contact us to suggest locations and times when we could take images during 2014-18, to contribute to the commemorative archive we are building
- this project is run on a voluntary basis, so if you are able to offer any financial support towards the travel and other expenses associated with travelling to the locations to get photographs, then please contact us
- and finally, tell your friends about us! The project will work best if it provokes the widest possible thought and debate, so please spread the word.