Welcome to the Gallipoli Association
The Association is looking for an Education Officer to help further the educational objectives of the charity. This role is designed to help the Association build on the successes of the Gallipoli Centenary Education Project (GCEP) into 2016 and beyond.
For details on the 'Education Officer' role, please click HERE
We are also looking for a 'Web Editor' volunteer to help manage the website and our social media platforms. If you are interested please email email@example.com.
THE CENOTAPH - ATTENDING OUR 5TH MARCH-PAST WE ARE JOINED BY A SCHOOL AND LOCAL MUSEUM
Gallipoli Association contingent with guests from an Islington school and museum our Gallipoli Centenary Education Project are working with. It's great to share this experience with the next generation. We had international marchers this year from Australia, New Zealand, US and the UK.
WE WILL REMEMBER THEM - 11.11.15
WESTMINSTER ABBEY FIELD OF REMEMBRANCE - NOVEMBER 2015
This year the Gallipoli Association's plot in the Field of Remembrance was once again well attended. Visitors included our patron, the Duke of Edinburgh, Prince Harry, Brg James Stopford (Gallipoli Association Trustee), the NZ Defence Attache and the Dean of Westminster Abbey.
Thanks also needs to go to Clive Summerson for laying out the plot so superbly again and Frances Speakman for giving permission to use these wonderful photos.
MONITOR M33 INAUGURATION 6 AUGUST 2015
Inauguration (as part of the Government’s official
centenary of Gallipoli commemorations) of the restored M33, the only surviving Monitor from the landings at Suvla Bay, on Thursday 6 August at the Historic Dockyard, Portsmouth.
The photograph shows the Gallipoli Association Chairman, Christopher Fagan MBE along with Tony and Valmai Holt and Ross Bastiaan.
NEW GALLIPOLI CENTENARY EDUCATION WEBSITE
As the Gallipoli Centenary begins, we are delighted to announce the launch of the newwebsite for the Gallipoli Centenary Education Project: www.gallipoli100education.org.uk. We have been trialling a draft version of the site for a few weeks and are now ready to ‘open for business’ with the new version.
The purpose of the site is to help teachers with their Gallipoli projects, so this is not so much an historical site as an educational one, so the information is intended to raise questions rather than supply answers.
The Gallipoli Centenary Education Project is one of our major objectives for the Centenary and has been funded by a grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund anddonations from the Gallipoli Association and personal benefactors. Find out more »
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