Horbury Remembers 80 Years

To commemorate the involvement of people from Horbury during World War 2, One to One Development Trust are collecting stories, photographs, and historical artefacts for Horbury Remembers 80 Years marking the anniversary of the start of the start of the War.

From September to December 2019 an art exhibition from Horbury Remembers 80 Years is exhibited in the Redbox Gallery, Queen Street, Horbury.

View our films, audio interviews and the digital installation below!

 

Digital Installation

Horbury Remembers 80 Years is available to download as a digital art installation for PC. It will shortly also be available for tablet devices. Dependent on next stage funding, we hope to grow this project in 2020 bringing the story of Horbury to communities, schools and care homes through an app.

Download the installation for PC here *+

* if the installation runs slowly on your computer, choose a lower quality setting from the opening menu
+ use your mouse and mouse wheel to move around the Redbox phone booth - if you do not have a mouse wheel, use R and F on the keyboard

 

Contribute

If you’d like to contribute to the project please get in touch on info@onetoonedevelopment.org or to follow progress on social media use #HorburyRemembers80Years

Films

Recorded as part of Horbury Remembers 80 Years.

Ann Gledhill – Interview about her dad

John Hirst – Abandon Ship

John Hirst – Life and Food on Board

John Hirst – Rescue Story

John Hirst – Quarter Master