|Francis Lewis Wills, Shaw and Friese-Greene in a DH9B biplane, July, 1919.|
The event is being run by the Britain from Above project with Communities First. Britain from Above is Heritage Lottery Funded project designed to showcase rare historical aerial photographs of Wales, Scotland and England taken between 1919 and 1953 which show the changing landscapes of the area. The 3D model map, built by people from the area, will be a handmade aerial view of the village complete with comments, memories and stories from those who take part.
The project is entirely free to take part in with people of all ages welcome. It will be taking place at Trimsaran Leisure Centre during the half-term week:
Monday 24 10am-4pm
Tuesday 25 10am-1pm
Wednesday 26 12:30pm-5pm
Thursday 27 1pm-4pm
Friday 28 10am-1pm and 4pm-5pm to finish off.
To find out more please contact:
Natasha Scullion, Britain from Above Activity Officer Wales on: 07920296279
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