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Community groups across Newcastle mark HMD 2019 Local HMD activities

Community groups across Newcastle mark HMD 2019

Alison Flanagan Wood is Arts Development Officer for Newcastle City Council Arts Team, who provided grants for more than eight community/voluntary groups across Newcastle to organise Holocaust Memorial Day (HMD) activities. These included exhibitions, film screenings, a play, lectures and a music and arts festival.

Warwickshire Pride mark HMD 2017 Local HMD activities

Warwickshire Pride mark HMD 2017

Warwickshire Pride were inspired to hold their first Holocaust Memorial Day (HMD) event on 27 January 2017 at Central Hall in Coventry. They teamed up with nearby friends Coventry Pride to host an evening of talks and performances to mark HMD and to remember the victims of the Holocaust and Nazi Persecution, with specific reference to LGBT+ victims. 

HMD 2016: Hartlepool Holocaust Memorial Group Local HMD activities

HMD 2016: Hartlepool Holocaust Memorial Group

Holocaust Memorial Group Hartlepool was founded in 2014 and is supported by Hartlepool Borough Council Youth Services. HMG Hartlepool is made up of twelve young people aged 13-19 who work hard all year round to educate themselves and raise awareness amongst their peers about the Holocaust and subsequent genocides.

Lansdowne Primary School HMD 2016 Local HMD activities

Lansdowne Primary School HMD 2016

Year 6 pupils from Lansdowne Primary School, Cardiff led the schools’ Holocaust Memorial Day ceremony from the band stand in the city’s Victoria Park. The event was opened by two of the pupils who introduced the relevance and importance of Holocaust Memorial Day to their classmates and around 60 members of the public.

Hastings Borough Council HMD 2016 Memorial Local HMD activities

Hastings Borough Council HMD 2016 Memorial

For many years Hastings Borough Council have supported a Holocaust Memorial Day Service, which takes place at St Mary-in-the Castle, Hastings. A former Church, the venue was converted into an arts centre in 1998 and now hosts a wide variety of performances and events.