What’s on

Museum programme of events

This page is regularly updated with inclusion of new events as they are arranged.

For more information, contact:  The Curator – Tel: 01962 828549. e-mail: curator@rgjmuseum.co.uk.

Booking can also be made on-line. Click here to make a booking.

“Wounded in Afghanistan”

An Evening Talk by Emily Mayhew and Harry Parker

6.15pm Thursday 31st January 2019       SOLD OUT

in The Kincaid Gallery, The Royal Green Jackets (Rifles) Museum.

The treatment of soldiers wounded in the battle has changed dramatically in recent history; the struggle to evacuate the injured from the mud of the First World War battlefields through forward dressing stations and into the evacuation chain via road or rail transport, has been superceded by evacuation from close to the point of wounding by specially equipped and manned helicopters that (more…)

“The Path to Mutiny, a family story of rebellion, death and survival”

An Evening Talk by Dr Tom Shannon

on Thursday 21st March 2018

More information to follow.

 

WMM Lunchtime Lecture – 14 February 2019

“Old Concrete”:  General Sir Walter Congreve VC as Corps Commander on the Western Front 1916-18.  A Lunchtime talk by Michael Orr.

Winchester’s Military Lectures are held in The McDonald Gallery, The Gurkha Museum, and start at 12.30 followed by lunch with cash bar.

To book this talk please telephone 01962 842832 or email AlisonB@the gurkhamuseum.co.uk.  For more information on future Winchester’s Military Museums Lunchtime Lectures please visit their website:

https://www.winchestersmilitaryquarter.org/whatson