Holocaust Memorial Day, Talks and Workshops

@ Durham Cathedral

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27 January 2017

1.00pm

The Nave

This year the Cathedral welcomes Ruth Barnett, born Ruth Michaelis in 1935 in Berlin, Germany. In 1939, aged four, Ruth and her sevenyear-old brother arrived in Britain on the Kindertransport. Ruth will tell her story as part of the culmination of a day of workshops designed for secondary age school children. Schools wishing to take part should contact education@durhamcatheral.co.uk.

Visitors to the Cathedral are welcome to join us to listen to this talk.

A partnership between Durham Cathedral, Durham County Council and the Holocaust Memorial Day Trust

Venue
Durham Cathedral
The College
County Durham
DH1 3EQ

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