To meet an ever growing demand to include a more active component in our standard battlefield tours, Anglia has developed a series of battlefield walks. Each of these comprises a planned walk over battlefield terrain, with stops carefully selected to cover thematic or narrative components, chosen for their relevance to curriculum needs or the ground you are covering.
Whether it be the Redan and Hawthorn Ridges on the Somme, where so many died in tragic circumstances on 1st July 1916, Bazentin Ridge, where the British Army demonstrated the dramatic progress made just two weeks later, or the Passchendaele Memorial Walk from Zonnebeke to Tyne Cot, following the route taken by the ANZACS in October 1917, these walks allow your
students to stretch their legs whilst exploring the ground in more detail than a traditional coach-based tour can allow.
The best part of this tour for
me was: watching the children
becoming more confident and
understanding of WWI.
Included for residential tours
Warfare Through Time
War and British Society
Causes and Events of the First World War
Britain, Europe and the Wider World: 1901-Present Day
Britain at War
The Changing Nature of Warfare
The Impact and Experience of war in Britain