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WAWI 2012 Newsletter

The WAWI Project - working together to improved lives

Welcome to the 2nd newsletter of the WAWI Project.

Introduction - Due to the growing interest in the WAWI, we felt it necessary to form an association. We now have an agreed constitution and 10 committee members, including Chairperson, Secretary and Treasurer Membership is free and open to anyone who has an interest in assisting the WAWI to achieve its aim and is willing to adhere to the rules of the project.

Armed Forces Day - Birmingham

Armed Forces Day - Birmingham

June may have felt more like April with its continual downpours and flash flooding, however as the crowds came out so too did the sun to celebrate Armed Forces Day.

And what a day it was.

Centenary and Victoria Square both awash with spectators and well wishers, and I am proud to say ' We Were There'.

The WAWI stall, situated in Victoria Square opposite the Council House had a continuous stream of visitors, including the previous and present Lord Mayor. On display, photos and articles highlighting untold stories of England's Military History.

2011 Newsletter

2011 was certainly an eventfull year for the WAWI project. Listed below are just some of the activities we were involved in.

Island in the Sun