Surgery & Treatment on the Western Front Aide Memoire
Since 2016, Anglia has been offering itineraries endorsed by Pearson Edexcel as an appropriate introduction to the Medicine Historical Environment, and as you can see from the feedback these have proven to be a real success.
Now, to further enhance this unique educational experience, we are delighted to announce that each a student who travels with us on a Surgery & Treatment on the Western Front tour will be given a copy of a brand new resource booklet, designed specifically to support the learning objectives of this tour.
Our new ‘Surgery & Treatment on the Western Front’ Aide Memoire has been designed and produced by Anglia guide, and graphic designer, Frank Toogood. Not only does it contain some wonderful illustrations and extremely useful infographics but it mirrors our tour programme following a casualty from the front line back along the chain of evacuation. The Aide Memoire isn’t simply an invaluable part of the tour but a highly useful resource once you’re back in the classroom, reminding students what they learnt and saw whilst on tour and may be used as a handy revision guide.
Frank Toogood – Anglia Guide
For nearly 3 decades Frank has had a successful career within the creative industry as a designer – he was the brains behind Anglia’s ‘Great War on the Western Front’ Aide-Memoire, which has proven to be a great success.
He served 10 years in the 70th (Essex Yeomanry) Signal Squadron, part of 71st (Yeomanry) Signal Regiment (V) and, at the age of 18, had the distinction of being the youngest qualified tradesman in the regiment.
Frank has been a guiding since 2006 and is a badged member of the Guild of Battlefield Guides. In 2011, Frank received the Richard Holmes’ Award for services to the Guild. For more information visit Frank’s Website