The History Project Non-profit Organisation

Like many organisations, The History Project has been negatively impacted by COVID 19, but not as much as those we set out to help.

With children situated in tight bubbles in schools or at home, social isolation and loneliness reaching all-time highs and the threat of widespread unemployment and economic disaster, we realise it's more important than ever to prepare ourselves for our mission to positively impact our local and global community.

We have decided to begin delivering a range of virtual experiences, our hope is to provide great and entertaining historical content that will lead to meaningful human interactions and raise some much needed £££ so we can explode back into schools and theatre's when the lockdown ends.

From 17 Jan 2021
 
February, 2021
11 Thu 7pm - 8pm Who Was Basil Kidd
12 Fri 2pm - 3pm You Stupid Boy - A lookback at Britain's Home Guard in World War 2
13 Sat 2pm - 3pm Smuggling on the Kent coast with George Chittenden
18 Thu 7pm - 8pm The Short Brothers
19 Fri 2pm - 3pm Castles on the Coast by George Chittenden
20 Sat 2pm - 3pm Who Was Jack the Ripper by Paul Robbins
21 Sun 2pm - 3pm Fascinating Photo's From History
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