An exhibition of photographs recording life at the Greenham Common peace camp during the 1980s
‘Embrace the Base’ Sunset Yoga
In December 1982, 30,000 women arrived at RAF Greenham Common to ‘Embrace the Base’. Linking arms, they surrounded the nine miles of perimeter fence. It was an astonishing show of strength.
‘Kinderlandverschickung’. The Internal Evacuation Of German Children in WWII
Unlike the British evacuation schemes, ‘Kinderlandverschickung’ had a greater political bias and was influenced greatly by the philosophy of the HJ, the Hitler Youth.
BATTLE’S OVER – 100 YEARS OF REMEMBRANCE
Please join us as Greenham Parish Council and Greenham Control Tower take part in the nationwide Day of Commemorative Events marking the Centenary of the end of the First World War.
HEATHLAND HISTORY: HOW PEOPLE SCRATCHED A LIVING ON THE HEATHS AND COMMONS
This talk will be given by Alex Cruickshank, Senior Land Manager, Berks, Bucks & Oxon Wildlife Trust, who will examine the fascinating social history of our commons.
OFFICIAL TOWER OPENING
Greenham Control Tower officially opens on the weekend of 8th/9th September, when the tower hosts ‘The Greenham Cold War Experience’.
Common Links 2010
An exhibition of a series of panels with stunning photographs, to mark the opening of the Control Tower to the public.
THE KENNET VALLEY AT WAR
Colonel Mike Relph, conflict archaeologist, talks about the Kennet Valley during wartime.