Festival Walk: Vera Brittain & Buxton in the First World War

Thu 15 - Tue 20 July 2021

Join Netta Christie to hear more about Vera and the town she referred to as full of ‘censorious small-mindedness’. This walk will take you to Vera’s childhood home, St John’s church and to the Devonshire Dome to understand more about the town during the war years.

Strictly limited to 15 people.

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