With this workshop, the participants conduct their own research on a fallen soldier during the Battle of Passchendaele. Starting with a picture, a name and date they reconstruct what happened on the fatal day to ‘their’ soldier.
This workshop is based on our project ‘Passchendaele Archives’. With this project we aim at adding a face and a story to those who gave their lives during the Battle of Passchendaele. They will no longer only will be a name on the wall of the missing or on a headstone, but shall have their own locatable spot in the landscape.
After the workshop the participants can visit ‘their’ soldier at Tyne Cot Cemetery.
We offer this workshop to students (+14) and adults.
• Time: 1hr30 (visit Tyne Cot Cemetery and / or museum not included)
o 0-25 pax: €100,00
o 25-50 pax.: €150,00
o 50-75 pax.: €150,00 + €100,00
o 75-100 pax.: €150,00 + €150,00
- To combine with museum visit for best experience!
- Download here the information brochure for students. Additionally you can also use this educational package.
- Download here the information brochure for adult groups. This package also offers alternative sessions that focus exclusively on Australian, Canadian, New Zealand or UK stories.
- Optionally a (guided or not guided) visit can be made to the MMP1917 (€ 4.50 / student, € 8.00 / adult, teachers 1/15 free)
- Optionally, a guided visit can be requested at CWGC Tyne Cot Cemetery (2021: € 70.00 / 2 hours, + € 35.00 / additional hour – 2022: rates subject to change)