On: Saturday 3 March 2018, from 10am to 5.30pm. The Study Day will start promptly at 10am and is expected to finish at 5.30pm
Special convenor: Professor Peter Simkins
Venue: Room MH002, Lecture Theatre, Mary Seacole (MH) Building, City Campus (North), Camp Street, University of Wolverhampton, Wolverhampton WV1 1AD.
The MH Entrance area will be staffed all day, please register upon arrival at MH002.
Cost: £20 per head for external attendees, University of Wolverhampton students £10 per head. Tea and coffee included.
|10.00 - 10.15am||Welcome and Introduction|
|10.15 - 11.30am||
Professor Peter Simkins (University of Wolverhampton) ‘The Canadian Corps crossing of the Canal du Nord, September 1918’
|11.30 - 12.00noon||Coffee|
|12.00 - 1.15pm||
Professor John Bourne (University of Wolverhampton) 'British Generals on the Cusp of Victory, September 1918’
|1.15 - 2.15pm||Lunch|
|2.15 - 3.30pm||
Dr Peter Hodgkinson (Author and Independent Scholar) ‘Fourth Army’s “Way of War” at the Selle, 17-18 October 1918’
|3.30 - 4.00pm||Tea|
|4.00 - 5.15pm||
Dr Derek Clayton (Author and Independent Scholar) ‘The Battle of the Sambre, 4 November 1918’
|5.15 - 5.30pm||Concluding Remarks|
Places are allocated on a 'first come, first served' basis.
Please note payment can only be made by cheque or through the university website, and a formal University of Wolverhampton receipt can be issued, which you can use to claim expenses if required. Other methods of payment are possible, please ask for details.
If you have any queries please email Sue Holden email@example.com
Enterprise Assistant (FOSS)
University of Wolverhampton
Tel: 01902 321175
Lunch is not provided, however a range of eating establishments are available near the campus.
Delegates can either access the MH Building (Mary Seacole Building) via the main entrance to the MU Building (Lord Swraj Paul Building), take the lift up to Floor 2 and then exit the back entrance to MU into the courtyard and then into MH or via the gate on the Stafford Road. There will be signposting and helpers to show you the way.
For anyone walking from the railway station, there is a gate leading to the MH Building from Stafford Street.
Details and maps are available here. MH Building is on City Campus North map.
Parking will be difficult near the campus.
The railway station is approximately 10 minutes’ walk from the venue. The multi-story car park at the railway station has cheap weekend rates.
Please note that University parking is not availlable.
If disabled access is required please contact Sue Holden on firstname.lastname@example.org
The next Study Day will be Saturday 5 May 2018 - 'Stories, Myths and the Legends of the War' - programme still under discussion.