We are looking to devise some interesting tours of a generic nature, and where appropriate adding some Channel Island interest or involvement. Bearing in mind that soldiers, labourers, doctors and nurses from many other countries other than those of Great Britain and Ireland also served on the Western Front, we can find specific memorials, history and stories relating to Canadians, Australians, New Zealanders, Indians, South Africans, Portuguese and Americans in particular. We can also help to devise a tour which follows a family member involvement in specific battles or campaigns of the First World War. We will help you research where to go and what to see which will make your commemoration or memorial journey all the more special. The next two years coincide with the remaining 100th anniversary years of World War One, and so there are many events planned for the Western Front and further afield.
We haven’t fixed any dates yet, but if you are thinking of making a visit but don’t know where to start, or just want a guide to take you to all the right spots, please let us know, as your request may be the catalyst for one of our planned tours for 2017 and 2018. We are happy to organise trips including children – we have found that the experience for them is equally rewarding as adults. The best tour that we have done was a commemoration involving three generations of a World War One soldier making that journey!
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