'Impact! Brain Injuries and WW1' update

'Impact! Brain Injuries and WW1' update

21st March, 2019

Hi there, I'm Wendy, one of the Research Group members. Things are starting to come together on our National Lottery Heritage funded project 'Impact! Brain Injuries and WW1'. Today, Anglia Ruskin University Illustration students Sam, Kez, Alice and Cecelia visited to show us the progress they've made on their poster designs and boy, was I impressed. They are so committed to their work and our project - thank you guys. We can't wait for the end result! 

Keep an eye out for the posters when they appear on Stagecoach and Whippet buses in Cambridge from 24th June.

Also coming soon is:

  • A podcast in collaboration with Cambridge 105 radio station
  • A performance by Coleridge and Netherhall school students, on at the Mumford Theatre in July (details to follow at a later date)
  • A film about the project and showing the final performance.

We are all so grateful to everyone who is involved and helping us on the project, it means a lot. Stay tuned for more updates on the blog and in the meantime, you can find out more about the project here.

I struggled with a lot of issues, especially how I felt my father’s personality had changed and Headway Cambridgeshire helped me a lot at that time in my life. They made me feel much less alone and I’ll always be grateful for that.