Warfare in News

Posted on Tuesday 27th August

For the second time in under 10 years, Chatham Historic Dockyard Trust has been awarded the prestigious Sandford Award for Heritage Education - an independently judged, quality assured assessment of education programmes at heritage sites, museums, archives and collections across the British Isles, focussing on formal, curriculum-linked education opportunities offered to schools by heritage sites.

The Chief Executive of Chatham Historic Dockyard Trust, Bill Ferris OBE, said;

'This is an incredible achievement that our splendid Learning Department can be proud of. They work tirelessly so that visiting schools may receive an education experience second to none - the foundation of which is delivering both outstanding programmes and superb service. As the Chief Executive of a charity whose primary charitable purpose is Education I could not be more proud!'

For more information on The Historic Dockyard Chatham’s award-winning learning programmes, visit www.thedockyard.co.uk/learning.

Further Reading

Waterline Warships

Only £25.00

Waterline Warships

(Hardback - 128 pages)
by Philip Reed

Philip Reed, best known for his superb models of ships from the age of sail, here turns his attention to the other highly popular subject for ship modellers - the warships of the Second World War. The book is a step-by-step manual for building a scratch waterline model of the Ca Class destroyer HMS Caesar, the sistership of Cavalier now on display in drydock at Chatham Historical Dockyard. These emergency built ships were launched between… Read more...

Of further interest...

Barnsley News from Barnsley Chronicle