'A Family Blown Apart'

www.visitwinchester.co.uk/family-blown-apart

24 Jan
  • Winchester Discovery Centre at night
  • Winchester Discovery Centre at night

Winchester Discovery Centre

Jewry Street, Winchester

SO23 8SB

Popular Winchester resident Danny Habel tells the harrowing story of how his family was affected by the Holocaust, with members fleeing Nazi Germany and ending up scattered across the globe. There will also be an exhibition of personal artefacts related to the Jewish faith and information from the Holocaust Memorial Day Trust.

 Starts 7.30pm.

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