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Food & Bread during the First World War

Food & Bread during the First World War

From Saturday 22 April 2017 - 09h00 to Monday 24 April 2017 - 18h00

To commemorate Anzac Day, various professionals of the bread and baking sectors are holding an event themed on ‘Food and bread during the Great War'.

This event is held over three days from 22 to 24 April and consists of four main highlights including an exhibition themed on food during the Great War, conferences and workshops, military parades and war-time bread baking.

In addition to an exhibition themed on food during the Great War, younger visitors will be able to enjoy fun activities in partnership with local schools. The whole family can watch demonstrations of how war-time bread was made, according to various methods used by the different nationalities serving in France. While Emmanuelle Cronier from the Jules Verne Picardy University will hold a conference on the subject.Living history groups will also be present.

 

Organiser: 
06 08 43 64 80 or 03 22 48 40 28
Venue of event: 
Corbie Viistor Centre
28/30 place de la République
80800 Corbie