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Volunteers still needed to tell the story of the Preston Pals

Posted on - 22nd April, 2014 - 11:34pm | Author - | Posted in - Events, History, Things To Do
The Preston Pals queue at Preston rail station

The Preston Pals queue at Preston rail station

The Pals for Life project is still looking for volunteers to come forward and help.

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This is an exciting opportunity for young people and adults to learn about the First World War and the Preston Pals Battalion that served in the Northwest.

The Pals for Life film is being created to tell the story of soldiers from the city who gave their lives in the First World War.

A session to find out more is taking place at the Harris Museum cafe on Wednesday 23 April.

Running from 10.30am to 12noon volunteers will be able to sign up to help with the film.

The finished film will be screened at the Imperial War Museum in October 2014 with additional screenings across the North. West.

To attend the volunteer session email [email protected] or call 01706 211 678 to book a place.

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