Pioneering British photographer Christina Broom will be celebrated at a virtual talk held by the Streatham Society later this month.
The Peacock Theatre is to host an ambitious double header late next month by New English Ballet Theatre to commemorate
Carshalton MP calls for monument to recognise ‘sacrifices and bravery’ of WWI Sikh soldiers in British Army
A monument to the sacrifices and bravery of Sikh soldiers who fought for Britain during the First World War has
Giant poppy statue to be unveiled in Teddington to remember those who lost their lives in World War One
A five foot high poppy statue is to be unveiled in Teddington on Sunday to commemorate World War One. The
A new heritage project exploring the ‘chilling’ realities of Merton in the First World War was launched at Morden Library
Ex-Servicemen and women living with dementia are finding solace in creativity at The Royal Star and Garter Home in Surbiton.
An exhibition commemorating rugby players killed in the First World War is now open in Twickenham. The World Rugby Museum
In a small alcove in St Mary’s Church on Wimbledon Road sits an inconspicuous First World War memorial inscribed with
The setting was intimate but there wasn’t a spare seat to be found as London historian and Birkbeck Professor Jerry
An award-winning historian will explore Lambeth’s First World War reputation as being a ‘centre of vice’ tonight. Professor Jerry White
Humans and animals came together to pay their respect to the animals who gave their lives on military service today.