Welcome to the Wolverhampton branch of the Western Front Association. 

Meetings are held on the second Saturday of every month starting at 2.30pm

Members of The Western Front Association and non-members are equally welcome.

We ask for a modest donation on the door which includes tea,  coffee and a slice of cake at the break (before the Q&A session with the speaker).

Any new visitors will be assured of a welcoming and friendly atmosphere among a group of like-minded enthusiasts.

You can find our full speaker programme, news, study materials, projects and more on our website: Wolverhampton Branch.

 

You can follow the branch on Twitter @WFAwolvo

Upcoming Branch Events

'Two wheels to war – volunteer motorcyclists in the BEF' by Nick Shelley
12 May

'Two wheels to war – volunteer motorcyclists in the BEF' by Nick Shelley

St Peter's Collegiate School, Crompton Park, Wolverhampton, WV3 9DU
12 May 2018 14:30

Nick delves into the role of volunteer cyclists in the BEF during the war.

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'Frederick Septimus Kelly, Royal Naval Division' by John Cooksey
09 Jun

'Frederick Septimus Kelly, Royal Naval Division' by John Cooksey

St Peter's Collegiate School, Crompton Park, Wolverhampton, WV3 9DU
09 Jun 2018 14:30

JON COOKSEY is a leading military historian who takes a special interest in the history of the world wars and the Falklands War. He is the former editor of Battlefields Review and the current editor of our very own Stand To!. This talk is about the extraordinary story of Frederick Kelly, the musician, composer and Olympic rower, killed in action d…

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'Verdun 1916' by Christina Holstein
14 Jul

'Verdun 1916' by Christina Holstein

St Peter's Collegiate School, Crompton Park, Wolverhampton, WV3 9DU
14 Jul 2018 14:30

On 21 February 1916 the German Fifth Army launched a devastating offensive against French forces at Verdun and set in motion one of the most harrowing and prolonged battles of the Great War. By the time the struggle finished ten months later, over 650,000 men had been killed or wounded or were missing, and the terrible memory of the battle had been…

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