All posts by: Sam Bairstow

How to create a digital story

In this digital story, Leonie Gardner explains how we can create our own digital stories. If you’d like to download a guide to accompany this digital story, please visit www.gloucestershire.gov.uk/archives/WW1/recordandshare.  

How to edit audio files

In this digital story, Leonie Gardner explains how to edit audio files. If you’d like to download a guide to accompany this digital story, please visit www.gloucestershire.gov.uk/archives/WW1/recordandshare.  

Mildred Kinns remembers life in Hucclecote in WW1

Mildred Kinns remembers life in Hucclecote in the First World War

Walter Gardiner remembers female agricultural labourers in Condicote during WW1

Walter Gardiner remembers female agricultural labourers in Condicote during the First World War

Adeline Agg remembers life in Gotherington in WW1

Adeline Agg remembers Gotherington in the First World War, and the soldiers who served from the village.

Maud Potter remembers life in Berry Hill in WW1

Maud Potter remembers life in Berry Hill, Forest of Dean, in the First World War

Nora Page Wood remembers life in Gloucester in WW1

Nora Page Wood remembers life in Gloucester in WW1

Mrs Green shares her story about the Birchall family

Mrs Green shares her story about the Birchall family of Bowden Hall, Upton St Leonards.  Her story shows that sometimes we’re connected to other people’s histories, in ways we couldn’t have imagined. If you’d like to explore Dearman and Emily […]

Read all about it!

Newspaper articles, adverts and pictures have a unique way of capturing the mood of a place or time, and coverage of Gloucestershire during WW1 is no exception.  If you’ve not already explored these sources, don’t forget that Gloucestershire Archives holds […]