Update: Cancellation of Branch and National Meetings
All Branches have been given the recommendation that they seriously consider cancelling meetings.
The Last Post Ceremony, Saturday 14 March 2020
In response to the growing incidence of the coronavirus, from Saturday 14 March 2020 and until further notice the follow…
AGM 25 April 2020 : Cancelled
We are mindful that we are constitutionally bound to hold an AGM by the 10th May 2020 but due to the unprecedented circu…
Project ALIAS: what is it and how is it going?
Nearly one hundred WFA members have so far volunteered to get involved with 'Project Alias', and the work is progressing…
Did you work at the Ministry of Pensions?
Do you know anyone who worked for the Ministry of Pensions, the Ministry of Pensions and National Insurance or the DHSS?…
Special Edition Anniversary coasters
The Western Front Association is 40 years old this year. This is quite an achievement for an organisation run on volunta…
Trench Lines February 2020
February Trench Lines has just been sent out.
This is our eNewsletter. We share one or two top stories, a choice articl…
Project ALIAS - early results and discoveries
After launching an appeal for volunteers to work on Project ALIAS in mid-February, just over a week into the scheme it's…
The latest edition of the journal of The Western Front Association Stand To…
Members have just received their latest edition of our journal, Stand To!
The contents are listed below.
A major new project to 'find' soldiers who served in WW1
We are excited to announce a project which will massively assist present and future generations of historians searching …
25 February : Memorial Service for Sir Michael Howard
The Memorial Service for Sir Michael Howard
Professor of the Histor…
Geoff Longmore 1942-2019 RIP
In the 37-year history of the Wolverhampton Branch of the Western Front Association, the contribution of Geoff and Car…