Blackwood Library, in Caerphilly, launched monthly Great Library Bake Off Meetings in September 2015. The meetings often include other activities, while attendees bring a sample of their bakes to share, along with the recipes. The group then sample...
Every year, Bournemouth and Poole HMD Committee organise a civic event. In 2016, 700 people attended the moving event at Bournemouth International Centre - the largest event in the region.Faith leaders took part in the ceremony, such as Rabbi Adrian...
The Dora Love Prize was created in 2012 in memory of Dora Love, a Holocaust survivor who worked tirelessly to raise awareness about the Holocaust and the attitudes that made the Holocaust possible. Currently open to schools in Essex and Suffolk,...
Derby’s Holocaust Memorial Day Working Group, as part of their ongoing commitment to Holocaust Memorial Day in their town, collaborated with the Derby Bosnia-Herzegovina Community Association to run a full week of free activities for HMD 2016. ...
Young people took the lead on a full programme of drama and music for Holocaust Memorial Day (HMD) in Rotherham. The event was organised as a collaboration between Rotherham Early Help (Rotherham Borough Council), the Hudderfield-based CHOL Theatre...
The ‘Genocide’ episode of the landmark documentary series The World at War was ground-breaking in bringing the events of the Holocaust to British audiences when it was first shown in 1973. It is therefore fitting that a screening of this episode...
As part of its ongoing commitment to Holocaust Memorial Day, the Chaplaincy Office of Hywel Dda University Health Board commemorated HMD 2016 with a poster display in their Quiet Room/Chapel at Glangwili General Hospital. In addition to showcasing...
Twelve people from Polmont Young Offenders Institution joined the HMDT Youth Champion programme this year. At their request for more information and support, HMDT worked together with them to tailor the four challenges to become more accessible...
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...
The LGBT HQ centre in Carlisle sits next to Sticky Bits LGBT café, and is a hub for services information and advice specific to the LGBT community in Carlisle, and in Cumbria. It is a hate incident reporting centre, offers a free counselling service...