Llandudno & the Second World War History Talk

by | Oct 28, 2020 | What's On

WW2 Soldiers
Adrian Hughes of the Home Front Museum will be talking about the important role that Llandudno played by hosting thousands of evacuated people during the ’39-’45 war.
From the civil servants of the Inland Revenue to soldiers of the Royal Artillery and medics of the American Army and boffins working on clandestine projects, they all found a home in Llandudno during the Second World War.
The talk will be FREE, but we will be inviting donations towards our community programmes.
Booking essential (that’s a “going”, not an “interested”, please):
This talk will take place over Zoom. You will need a free Zoom account, and have downloaded the free Zoom app to take part
If you haven’t used Zoom before, please follow the simple instructions we’ve just posted under the “Discussion ” tab on this page.
We will send you a link to the Zoom event closer to the event, and once you have booked on to watch this talk
Our Zoom account allows up to 100 attendees, so, to avoid disappointment, we would encourage you to register as
a “going”, not an “interested”, please.