Craven and the First World War

Craven and the First World War is a Heritage Lottery Funded (HLF) project which aims to mark the centenary by building a greater understanding of life in Craven during the First World War through a series of events, exhibitions and performances.

The project involves a collection of community-focused organisations including Craven Museum and Gallery, Skipton Town Council, Ermysted’s Grammar School, The Skipton Academy, The Museum of North Craven Life (Settle), North Yorkshire County Council Library and Community Services, and Craven’s Part in the Great War (website).

For the latest news and updates about what is happening in Craven to mark the centenary, sign up for our newsletter by e-mailing RFreeman@cravendc.gov.uk or ‘liking’ our facebook page here.

For information about events coming up see our What's On page.

To find out more about the project or ways in which you can get involved, contact Rob Freeman, Project Officer, on RFreeman@cravendc.gov.uk or 01756 706225.

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