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201905 ww2 community day

The Museum of Enfield is planning its 2019 exhibition: ‘Enfield at War: 1939-1945’

July 20 2019 – April 19 2020, Dugdale Centre

We need your help!

  • Do you have any WWII objects you may wish to loan to us for display for the duration of our exhibition?
  • Do you have any memories/stories of WWII to share?
  • Have you got any photos or film of the local area during WWII?

If so, we’d love to hear from you!

Please join us on Saturday 18th May 2019, 11-3pm for our community day where you also explore our own archives centre too. Museum staff and local experts will be on hand to talk about your objects and discuss possible loans. We will also be available to record oral histories on this day too.

We will also have the Royal Armouries Museum, Leeds here to share their latest research from the Royal Small Arms Factory, displaying n for the first time over 30 photographs of the factory during WWII.

This event is FREE to attend.

If you are unable to come on the day please contact with us: email , Jan Metcalfe 020 8379 4383, Stacey Bagdi 020 8379 2299.

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