you a nurse, marshall, factory worker, evacuee or conscientious
objector? Were you posted abroad? Were you a soldier from the Commonwealth
or the US? What were your experiences? Where were you when Neville
Chamberlain declared Britain would be going to war? How did you
first hear about the D-day landings? Whatever you remember, we'd
like to hear from you.
The BBC is building a unique archive of World War 2 stories. It'll
be an online collection of people's memories about the war years.
We also expect the archive to help younger and future generations
have a better understanding of what it would have been like to live
through the war.
If you'd like to take part why not register and come along to special
sessions around Berkshire where you'll be able to enter your stories
onto the archive:-
- IT now centre, The Quadrant, Pembroke Road
- Age Concern Berkshire, St Andrews House, Wilton Road
- Chineham Learning Centre
Adult and Community College AND Tadley learning Centre, Stacey's
Yard, off Silchester Road
There'll be IT tutors, typists and listeners at hand to help you
in whichever way appropriate.
you'd like to get involved, give the BBC Radio Berkshire Action
desk a call on 0118 948 6464.